bparsia at email.unc.edu
Sun Jan 20 03:57:23 UTC 2002
On Sat, 19 Jan 2002, Bob Arning wrote:
> On Sat, 19 Jan 2002 21:30:54 -0500 (EST) Bijan Parsia <bparsia at email.unc.edu> wrote:
> >Is there a way to get who did projects?
> A couple of ways I can think of:
> - check the versions information on the methods added in the change
> set. The initials may give you a clue.
> - check the recent changes page on the superswiki and see the last
> person who updated the page/project. Maybe that will help.
Er...I was hoping for a more explicit way to add info...maybe a slot for
my badge with email address, etc.
> >Also, is there a convenient way to extract the change set associated with
> >a project? I find that projects, well, break in different versions, but
> >I'm left stuck whereas if I had a change set maybe I could do something...
> Sure - open a change sorter and fileout the changes.
Ooo, you missed the point...
...is there anyway to do it *without* loading it up as a project.
As I understand it, loading a project files in the change set, but if
there's a problem, you don't necessarily end up with the full change set.
I'd like to use the code browser on some projects before loading them up
(just like I do with *all* change sets). Then I'd like to choose whether
to file in the change set, load the project, or neither *after* I've
browsed the code. Indeed, I wouldn't mind have a "Project Browser" tool
that let me inspect the project a bit before loading.
Modules will make some of this moot, I expect.
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