|Open Compare Dialog with rebase [message #1774661]
||Wed, 18 October 2017 11:55
| Luis Mata
Registered: October 2017
I am trying to open a conflict resolution dialog for a JGit rebase command.
I found this page but I am afraid I am not understanding the examples correctly.
In the end-to-end examples, what are the "left, right, ancestor"? I know they represent the local, remote and ancestor, but what kind of Notifier should they be and how can I create them?
I have access to the RevCommits of each one of these elements, can I use them somehow to create this comparison dialog?
One other thing, it seems that I cannot find the EMFCompareEditingDomain, was this replaced for something else?
I am probably missing some information... So any help or information provided would be much appreciated.
|Re: Open Compare Dialog with rebase [message #1775091 is a reply to message #1774661]
||Tue, 24 October 2017 13:32
|| Philip Langer
Registered: March 2015
Location: Vienna, Austria
are you using EGit or are you manually do your git operations directly in JGit and handle the IDE integration yourself? So, when you say "conflict resolution dialog for a JGit rebase command", do you mean you already started the git rebase, ran into a conflict, so the git rebase did already put your repository in a conflict state?
I'm asking because instead of developing this dialog yourself, you could just use the EGit integration of EMF Compare. With this integration, if there is a conflict -- whether caused by a rebase, merge, or cherry-pick, the user already can run the Model Merge Tool to resolve the conflicts, then stage the model, and continue to conclude the rebase, cherry-pick or merge.
The action in EMF Compare that does that is the org.eclipse.emf.compare.egit.ui.internal.actions.ModelMergeToolAction.
See collaborative-modeling.org and e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSCfYAukYgk
Hope that helps!
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