KDevelop4 project file
mwoehlke at tibco.com
Thu Jul 20 22:50:32 UTC 2006
Andreas Pakulat wrote:
> On 20.07.06 13:08:59, mwoehlke wrote:
>> Jakob Petsovits wrote:
>>> On Thursday, 20. July 2006 18:43, mwoehlke wrote:
>>>> I can already imagine the headache this is going to create. "Oh, but I
>>>> wanted that setting to apply to ALL projects! You mean I have to close
>>>> my active project, make the change, and then wait five minutes while my
>>>> project re-opens?". It seems like we need to provide a way for the
>>>> configure dialog to let us pick to apply settings to the project, or
>>> K3b settings dialogs, anyone?
>>> That "Save User Defaults" and "K3b Defaults" buttons are exactly what this
>>> situation demands. [snip]
>> No, that wouldn't work... at least not as well as my suggestion. How
>> does KDevelop know which settings you want applied globally? If you have
>> a project with many settings you *want* different than the global ones,
>> but need to change one global setting, you can't. A mode that would flip
>> you to editing global settings would allow this.
> I (as a kdevelop user) could imagine 2 ways:
> 1. Provide a drop-down-box on the top line of the dialog selecting
> between project and global settings
> 2. Always provide Configure Kdevelop and Configure <Project>, with
> Configure <Project> grayed out and using <Project> literally when no
> project is loaded.
> I'm not sure which one is better in terms of usability, but I personally
> would like version 1 more.
#1 is exactly what my original suggestion was (or at least, is exactly
what I was thinking when I first chimed in).
Well... I was actually thinking a pair of radio buttons, but the
drop-down may be better, now that you make me think about it.
You could also disable it if no project is loaded.
So far #1 is 3/3; seems to be a popular vote. :-)
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