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2010-04-14
2012-10-29
  • Nobody/Anonymous

    Hi to everybody,
    nice file manager. I cannot find a possiblity to save favorites (pathes to
    folderes which I very often use).
    Is this feature built in or planned
    Thanks!
    Looking forward to any posts
    Mathew

     
  • Dan Corneanu

    Dan Corneanu - 2010-04-15

    You have bookmarks. QuickDirs->Add current directory
    but unfortunately it seems it is not working now (version 0.7.1). Can you
    please add a bug to the tracker ?
    I'll give it a look.

    Best regards,
    Dan.

     
  • sky_HALud

    sky_HALud - 2010-04-19

    Thanks, Dan. Maybe it would make sense to release a 0.7.2 build? I could help
    out at least with this...

     
  • Dan Corneanu

    Dan Corneanu - 2010-04-20

    I have made a 0.7.2 branch for this. There I have made some more changes to be
    more compatible with the RCP 3.5 platform.
    Mostly replaced some deprecated methods, removed some dependencies to the
    compatibility layer etc. I have also fixed some dependencies between
    jcommander's plug-ins to be able to export the product from eclipse 3.5 (had
    some problems with the version of log4j bundle).

    Please tell me what is the org.jcommander.phileas.logger project used fore. I
    see there is nobody using it right now. Can it be removed from the project set
    ?

    I have also left out org.jcommander.thirdparty for the moment. Can you tell me
    a few words about this project ?

    Best regards,
    Dan.

     
  • sky_HALud

    sky_HALud - 2010-04-20

    Dan,

    Please remove org.jcommander.phileas.logger from the project set. It's not
    used anymore.

    org.jcommander.thirdparty is a feature that contains two third-party plugins:
    - extvs (http://andrei.gmxhome.de/skins/index.html) - offers has some Eclipse presentation improvements
    - keepresident (http://suif.stanford.edu/pub/keepresident/) - helps not to swap out RCP applications when they are minimized. This one I don't think that it works with 3.5 and it's win32 specific anyway.

    These are non-essential. Leave them out, no problem.

    By the way, if you fancy you can try your hand with getting ready the 0.7.2
    build. You should have rights to upload and publish the package. But I have to
    warn you that it's not a straightforward procedure, as far as I remember.

    Robert

     
  • Dan Corneanu

    Dan Corneanu - 2010-05-24

    Robert,
    I am not able to commit the changes to the devdocs project. I get precommit
    check failed.
    Can you please have a look?

    Dan.

     
  • sky_HALud

    sky_HALud - 2010-05-25

    Of course. I have updated the CVSROOT/avail file to give you access rights to
    devdocs as well. Please let me know if this doesn't work for you.

    Robert

     
  • Dan Corneanu

    Dan Corneanu - 2010-05-25

    Thx,
    I have committed the changes.

     

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