|Is this feature included in eclipse [message #597650]
||Fri, 04 June 2004 07:33
Originally posted by: ssequeira.icope.com|
Hi.Here is my problem situation
Suppose 2 devlopers have taken latest file say
Version1.1(checkout)from CVS.One of them made some changes and checked
in(commits) resulting in file version 1.2.But the other guy is still using
1.1.Now this guy having older version1.1 wants to commit,he will get an
error/conflict.Bcos there is a mismatch betwen file versions.
Now wat i want is:
A plugin that will tell/indicate me in advance (before commiting) that
this file(version 1.1)is already commited,instead of later coming to know
that a conflict has occured whenever he commits.
The advantage of this solution is:
1.If i know in advance that file has already been commited by some other
person ,then i will take latest version from CVS.This will save
considerable amount of time to resolve the conflicts later.
2. Imagine iam on leave for 1 day.when i come the next day,by that time
many persons would have commited many modifications.Iam not aware of
these changes and straightway do my work with the old version which i
had the day before taking leave.If i have a plugin that will tell me,"The
file u r using is already commited" it will relieve me from all the
conflicts resolving procedures.
Is there any feature like this in eclipse CVS.Say the
file name can b marked in different color indicating that the current
working file is already committed
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