gripe, not a bug...
mohiniclj at future.futsoft.com
Thu Dec 14 09:01:52 UTC 2000
Even I added my existing project to kdevelop 1.2 and faced the same problems
as the directory structure is 6 deep.
I just copied the directories and clicked add existing files menu from the
tool bar and could select all the files in a directory by highlighting all
the files and could successfully copy to the target directory.
About gripe2, even I'm eagerly waiting for the answer as I went thru the
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Subject: gripe, not a bug...
OK, I just installed 1.2 and am trying to evaluate it on one of my old
projects. The problem: If I use "Add existing files", it copies them to
a single directory. There are over 1000 files in a directory structure
So, I just copied the direcories over, then proceeded to add files one
by one. Here comes the gripe1:
Why can I only select a single file at a time? Wouldn't it make sense to
use the M-key to allow me to add to the selection and then apply the
same action to the whole list?
Gripe 2, and this is a UI issue, big one:
Why is it that after I "Add file to the project", the whole file-tree
closes? As I said, a lot of the files require more than seven clicks to
get to them. And I mean a lot. WHat's wrong with keeping the tree
expanded? This way I could just add the files one by one, with one
(well, two, including the confirmation dialog) click. As it is I am
spending my time clicking away quite a few times for each file.
Or maybe there is a workaround for either issue?
I would appreciate any answer, so thank You in advance!
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