How do I see if a package has uncommited changes?

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How do I see if a package has uncommited changes?

Alex Schenkman
... I've already lost a few changes because I forgot to commit.

Thanks!
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Re: How do I see if a package has uncommited changes?

Göran Krampe-3
On 05/09/2012 09:19 PM, Alex Schenkman wrote:
> ... I've already lost a few changes because I forgot to commit.
>
> Thanks!

Mmmm, *ideally* we would port Deltas to Amber and use the Announcements
to create proper "SystemChangeNotifications" etc.

But a first stab could be done by creating the SystemChangeNotifications
and maintaining a "dirty list" of packages, and then visualize that in
the IDE browser.

Will see if I can make time for that.

regards, Göran
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Re: How do I see if a package has uncommited changes?

Nicolas Petton


2012/5/10 Göran Krampe <[hidden email]>
But a first stab could be done by creating the SystemChangeNotifications and maintaining a "dirty list" of packages, and then visualize that in the IDE browser.

Will see if I can make time for that.


It would be great :)

Nico 

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Re: How do I see if a package has uncommited changes?

Amber Milan Eskridge
Indeed :)

On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 3:06 PM, nicolas petton <[hidden email]> wrote:


2012/5/10 Göran Krampe <[hidden email]>
But a first stab could be done by creating the SystemChangeNotifications and maintaining a "dirty list" of packages, and then visualize that in the IDE browser.

Will see if I can make time for that.


It would be great :)

Nico