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Mon Jul 26 20:55:09 UTC 2010
2010/7/19 Paul Fee <pfee at talk21.com>
> Michael.Schmidt-fcnKgcTN5XvQT0dZR+AlfA at public.gmane.org<Michael.Schmidt-fcnKgcTN5XvQT0dZR%2BAlfA at public.gmane.org>wrote:
> > Is no one writing a perforce plugin for kdevelop 4? If not, should I
> > write one?
> > Thanks,
> > Mike
> I'd be interested in using that, I'm not aware of any activity in that
> I previously submitted a patch to KDevelop3's perforce plugin such that it
> would show diffs using komparepart.
> For me, the most useful aspects of Perforce integration are:
> 1: p4 edit a file from within the IDE
> 1b: Upon trying to save, offer to "p4 edit" if necessary (e.g. file is
> version control, but is read-only).
> 2: p4 diff a file from within the IDE
> Those tasks are simple, but switching from the IDE is inconvenient.
> Larger tasks such as browsing change logs, previous revisions or revision
> graphs are already handled well by p4v, probably best not trying to
> replicate too much of that.
Browsing change logs from within the IDE would be quite nice IMHO. .
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