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Changes tracking in eclipse [message #67291] Mon, 06 June 2005 07:59 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: vladimir.ilmov.gmail.com

Hi there!


Can you please advice me some plugin which can give me changed files from
some date? Actually i do not need to see changes itself - i just want to
take a list of files in some way.
Before this i tried to use CVS and plugin for them - but it creates many
problems - and now i prefer do not to go this way. I just need to see
which files was changed and ability to mark files.

for example - i am working with 3rd party configuration control system and
for each task which i am working on - i have to provide a patch of core
sources tree. patch should be putted in some cvslike tool with a list of
files and files itself. When i am working on a project in eclipse - it is
hard to remember which files i change two weeks ago.
Re: Changes tracking in eclipse [message #67558 is a reply to message #67291] Sun, 17 July 2005 04:14 Go to previous message
Eugene Kuleshov is currently offline Eugene KuleshovFriend
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Vladimir Ilmov wrote:

> Can you please advice me some plugin which can give me changed files
> from some date? Actually i do not need to see changes itself - i just
> want to take a list of files in some way. Before this i tried to use CVS
> and plugin for them - but it creates many problems - and now i prefer do
> not to go this way. I just need to see which files was changed and
> ability to mark files.

You know that you can use local CVS server...

> for example - i am working with 3rd party configuration control system
> and for each task which i am working on - i have to provide a patch of
> core sources tree. patch should be putted in some cvslike tool with a
> list of files and files itself. When i am working on a project in
> eclipse - it is hard to remember which files i change two weeks ago.

You can probably try Darcs, a decentralized revision control system.
http://darcs.net/
There is an Eclipse plugin at http://eclipsedarcs.org/

regards,
Eugene
Re: Changes tracking in eclipse [message #598859 is a reply to message #67291] Sun, 17 July 2005 04:14 Go to previous message
Eugene Kuleshov is currently offline Eugene KuleshovFriend
Messages: 505
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Vladimir Ilmov wrote:

> Can you please advice me some plugin which can give me changed files
> from some date? Actually i do not need to see changes itself - i just
> want to take a list of files in some way. Before this i tried to use CVS
> and plugin for them - but it creates many problems - and now i prefer do
> not to go this way. I just need to see which files was changed and
> ability to mark files.

You know that you can use local CVS server...

> for example - i am working with 3rd party configuration control system
> and for each task which i am working on - i have to provide a patch of
> core sources tree. patch should be putted in some cvslike tool with a
> list of files and files itself. When i am working on a project in
> eclipse - it is hard to remember which files i change two weeks ago.

You can probably try Darcs, a decentralized revision control system.
http://darcs.net/
There is an Eclipse plugin at http://eclipsedarcs.org/

regards,
Eugene
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