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Offline dje

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Re: File Explorer and Shell Extension Plugin
« Reply #15 on: April 17, 2008, 09:55:21 am »
Hi Dmoore !

Really nice !
I found a little bug on Windows XP.
- Right click on a folder
- Click on View->Favorite Directories...
- Click on New...
- Click on the ... button to set the path
Nothing happens...

Great improvements compared to the last version I tried !

Dje

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Re: File Explorer and Shell Extension Plugin
« Reply #16 on: April 17, 2008, 10:04:20 am »
Hi acinfo64,

if you are using the shell extension plugin under linux you can add also gui elements for svn. You just have to use gsvn.

Bye,

Mario

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Re: File Explorer and Shell Extension Plugin
« Reply #17 on: April 17, 2008, 03:00:04 pm »
The plugin works and so I assume that the IL part is automatically distributed with the compiled C::B v8.02.

there is no IL part. Each of the plugins in the cbilplugin project at berlios is independent. What may be confusing is that the ShellExtensions plugin was initially called the InterpretedLanguages plugin.

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Now I have to figure out how the SVN pluging works exactly. As I understood is that every SVN command has to be added in the file extension plugin and now I'm going to figure out how this has to be done.

you can try importing mine to get you started (in the ShellExtensions settings dialog, select import and choose the attached file - you might have to press enter a few times after you select the file to import when a few very large dialogs pop up)

don't expect miracles from this plugin, the svn integration will be pretty clunky if you're calling the command line version. mariocup's suggestion to make calls to a gui svn client will give you better results.

I found a little bug on Windows XP.
Nothing happens...

not implemented yet (actually did it this morning, but haven't committed)
you know you can right click in the file explorer tree and "add to favorites"?

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Re: File Explorer and Shell Extension Plugin
« Reply #18 on: April 17, 2008, 03:05:28 pm »
you know you can right click in the file explorer tree and "add to favorites"?
Yes but I going there and set my 5 dirs at once seems more natural to me.
For sure I used your alternate solution  :)

Dje