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|Posted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 12:50 pm Post subject: [platform-dev] Re: Using the CVS - View History API
add 1) you will probably need to rewrite the renderer for the history view.
I think that:
renderContainer method renders file's header
renderRevision method renders revisions for the file
add 2) sorry, don't know exactly, but i guess not. You can take a look
at an action from org.netbeans.modules.versioning.system.cvss.ui and
learn how the lib is used in there.
On 10/08/2010 01:44 PM, Stephen Belt wrote:
|This is my first post to this list, so please let me know if my
questions are better asked in another forum.
At my job I am expected to fill-out a monthly timecard of what I worked
on that month. I confess that at times I fall behind for weeks at a
time. I have found that viewing my CVS history to see what .java files I
have checked-in and -out reminds me of what I was coding. However,
NetBeans' CVS-Search history does not allow me to sort by date rather
than filename. Obviously, for my purposes a sort by date would be quite
So I have 2 thoughts:
1. I would like to modify the Netbeans CVS module to add this sort
option. I have been a Java developer for 10+ years, but this would be my
first attempt at modifying Netbeans code. Can someone provide me a hint
as to what packages I should look at, and where I could find example
code as a reference?
2. My department enters their monthly hours in a web page (.jsp) that we
created. Ultimately I would like to create a .jsp page which will allow
any of us to view our own cvs history for the month. Searching the Net I
found other projects which use org-netbeans-cvs-lib.jar, but those
projects were outdated and did not work when I downloaded them. Are
there any examples which will show me how to use this .jar for my own
I am using NetBeans 6.8 on a Windows Vista-64 desktop. Using Netbeans in
my job I connect to a CVS server over ssh using method
ext:name@server:/cvspath using "internal ssh" with a password (so, not
using ssl keys). In case it matters, Pserver is not used on our cvs
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