|Re: mylyn's context with bookmarks pro task [message #746182 is a reply to message #740086]
||Sun, 23 October 2011 08:41
| Steffen Pingel
Registered: July 2009
Adding a bookmark for particular line in a source file is fairly brittle as |
locations tends to change frequently. Therefore the context model is based
on the logical model elements and not locations. I would recommend using a
TODO or FIXME marker in conjunction with landmarking the corresponding Java
method to highlight a specific line in a context.
Alternatively, code review tools such as Gerrit are a great way to capture a
conversation around file content.
Marcin Sanecki wrote:
> Kaitlin Duck Sherwood wrote on Mon, 17 October 2011 19:37
>> Note that there are two different types of bookmarks: Web bookmarks
>> (which the Tasktop Bookmarks view shows) and the code bookmarks (which
>> the regular Bookmarks view shows). I think Marcin is talking about code
>> bookmarks. Code bookmarks are associated with files, not contexts, so
>> you can't share them well.
>> While you can't go down to the exact line, you can go down to the method
>> level. Right-click on the task in the Package Explorer, and Mark As
>> Landmark. This is available in Mylyn as well as Tasktop.
> I am talking about code bookmarks - that is right.
> Mark As Landmark is a standard way of creating context and the lowest
> level of it is method's level. I can mark method but can't mark any
> particular line in a method. With bookmarks it is possible to mark a line
> and, what is more important for me, add a comment.
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