dukjuahn at gmail.com
Sun Jul 29 08:58:06 UTC 2007
2007/7/28, Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de>:
> On 28.07.07 18:30:14, Dukju Ahn wrote:
> > --- trunk/KDE/kdevplatform/plugins/subversion/svn_revision.h #693699:693700
> > @@ -24,6 +24,7 @@
> > #define SVN_REVERT (KDevelop::VcsJob::Revert)
> > #define SVN_COPY (KDevelop::VcsJob::Copy)
> > #define SVN_MOVE (KDevelop::VcsJob::Move)
> > +#define SVN_CAT (KDevelop::VcsJob::Cat)
> Whats this? Apart from the fact that you didn't commit the change in
> vcsjob and thus broke the build, why these defines? Whats the use case
> for that?
Because svn has its unique operations that are not counted
by our common interface. In most cases its ok but, think about
"svn switch", "svn info". The VcsJob will not define enums for
these operations, but subversion plugin still needs this.
So I had no choice but to define job types again.
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