[Bug 82742] New: When KDevelop rescans an updated project a synposis of the updates would be helpful
savoiu at ics.uci.edu
Thu Jun 3 02:04:04 UTC 2004
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Summary: When KDevelop rescans an updated project a synposis of
the updates would be helpful
Platform: Compiled Sources
AssignedTo: kdevelop-devel kdevelop org
ReportedBy: savoiu ics uci edu
Version: 3.0.90 (using KDE Devel)
Installed from: Compiled sources
I see that KDevelop spends quite a few cycles determining what in the project has changed (added classes, methods, typedefs, etc.).
I think it would be useful if the user would be presented with a list (a la CTAGS) of the added/changed/removed items. We can probably refine/filter what/how things would be displayed.
One particular use for this I think would be in large, multideveloper projects. It would alert one to new functionality that was added. Say a helper function for a tedious piece of code has been written. Getting the notification would allow me to at a glance (if others use descriptive names) see if such code that I might find useful has been added.
Perhaps even the KDevelop developers could use this :)
What do you guys think?
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