Reg : How to contribute
Lance J. Andersen
Lance.Andersen at Sun.COM
Thu Jul 16 21:23:38 UTC 2009
Jean-Christophe Collet wrote:
> Lance J. Andersen wrote:
>> This looks promising. Are you looking also to have this as a plugin
>> to Netbeans and Eclipse as that would make this even more useful?
> I've thought about it. But I wanted to have something as lightweight
> as possible AND I don't know anything about NetBeans or Eclipse
> plugins :-)
Thanks for the info in the previous email. I thought the webrev was
java based but figured i should sanity check to make sure you :-)
Having a plugin would be great, especially for Netbean with its support
for Project Keani in the latest release. I am sure this would be very
popular. I have only poked at netbeans plugins myself. But that can be
phase two of the project...
I look forward to giving your new tool a try.
Again thanks for the feedback. It is a little late in your part of the
world isn't it? :-)
>> Jean-Christophe Collet wrote:
>>> I'm putting the final touches to a tool I call jHg
>>> It's a simple mercurial front end and a webrev generator. All
>>> written in Java.
>>> It has a GUI as well a command line interface.
>>> With it you can easily:
>>> - browse through the history of any mercurial workspace and of any
>>> file in the workspace
>>> - search the history
>>> - view the details of any changeset or group of changesets
>>> - view the details of the current status
>>> - Commit, Push, Pull, Update or Revert changes.
>>> - Generate a webrev of any set of changes. Upload it to
>>> cr.openjdk.java.net and/or preview the webrev in the browser.
>>> I've attached a couple of simple screenshots.
>>> Right now the tool is being tested internally and I'm fixing the
>>> last kinks. Hopefully I'll make it available to the community very
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