[GSoC Proposal] Better Version control front-end

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Tue Mar 30 22:26:16 UTC 2010


Are there any plans for git support in kdevelop?

On Mar 30, 2010, at 5:15 PM, Miha Čančula <miha.cancula at gmail.com>   
wrote:

> 2010/3/30, Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de>:
>> On 30.03.10 18:48:42, Miha Čančula wrote:
>>> Dne ponedeljek 29 marca 2010 ob 12:23:01 je Andreas Pakulat napisal 
>>> (a):
>>>> On 29.03.10 10:49:50, Miha Čančula wrote:
>>>>> - Branch viewer/manager (branching VC)
>>>>> - Local and remote repository tracker (distributed VC)
>>>>
>>>> These are some of the things really missing, especially since they
>>>> enable
>>>> creation of project from a VCS.
>>> I'm sorry but I don't really understand what you mean here.
>>
>> What I mean is that a remote repository tracker/viewer is something
>> thats needed to checkout a project from VCS and open it inside  
>> KDevelop
>> without leaving the IDE. Thats something thats really missing right  
>> now.
> Agreed, having the whole workflow in one program without distractions
> is easier and faster. I'll definitely focus on achieving this in the
> proposal/project.
>
> Maybe menu actions aren't the best place, but I still think there
> should be some KDE-specific shortcuts, primarily for KDE SVN. Part of
> the workflow is also searching for the project's repository. This,
> however, raises the question of where to get that shortcuts.
>
> Perhaps an additional (non-pure) virtual function for plugins to
> specify special servers? A plugin-level serch function? KNewStuff? If
> none of these seems feasible or logical, there's always the fallback
> of the user putting in the full path.
>
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