|Re: Question on Mylyn usage [message #640214 is a reply to message #640144]
||Fri, 19 November 2010 15:21
| Steffen Pingel
Registered: July 2009
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closest to when the corresponding commit was made.
Mauro Molinari wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm an old Mylyn user but I have a probably dumb question.
> On the New and Noteworthy page for Mylyn 3.4 at
> http://www.eclipse.org/mylyn/new/ I see that now, when working with the
> Bugzilla connector, if you do an "Open corresponding task" from an
> history element (in CVS, I guess) Mylyn will open the corresponding task
> in Bugzilla and scroll to the corresponding comment.
> My question is: how can it work? I mean, until now I always had to
> commit my task change set and submit a task modification (inserting a
> comment, for instance) in two distinct operations, so how is that Mylyn
> can connect them together? I think it could do if the two operations
> could be done atomically with an only action that commits the change set
> and posts a comment (maybe also marking the task as "resolved").
> What am I missing?
> Thanks in advance,
Senior Developer, http://tasktop.com
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