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Hey guys,

First off, using the SourceControl plugin has been my best experience with using an SCM with my work, ever. I'm always prone to name, rename, delete and move my files, which always tends to make my version control systems upstet. Integration with FlashDevelop has been awesome.

I always work with "Show Global Classpaths" enabled in the Project Manager. I noticed that the SourceControl plugin adds options for versioned files in the project path as well as additional project paths, but it doesn't work for global classpaths. Do you think it would be possible to make it look in global classpaths as well, so long as "Show Global Classpaths" is enabled?


Tue Dec 07, 2010 2:50 am
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Tue Dec 07, 2010 12:15 pm
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Eh I missed that since I don't use global classpaths too much - now added to FD3 & FD4 SVN :)


Tue Dec 07, 2010 12:42 pm
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Awesome! You guys are the best! 8)


Tue Dec 07, 2010 2:53 pm
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Flash develop 3.3.2 is not responding after a commit on win7x64 using svn. It freezes like this if I use tortoisesvn outside of flash develop to commit aswell. Anyone else experience this?
*It seems to happen when I commit at the root of the project, not so much per file.

I love the integration this plugin offers, however would love some keyboard shortcuts and source control menu on the right click of a tab, keep up the great work! :)


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There are are some issues with viewing content of .swf files (Classes, Symbols, Fonts) in Project pane. On click it expands for couple of seconds and then automatically rolls up again.
Plugin disable fix this.

FD 3.3.2 + SourceControl plugin with global source folders fix from 7 december, compiled from trunk.

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garkin wrote:
There are are some issues with viewing content of .swf files (Classes, Symbols, Fonts) in Project pane. On click it expands for couple of seconds and then automatically rolls up again.
Plugin disable fix this.

FD 3.3.2 + SourceControl plugin with global source folders fix from 7 december, compiled from trunk.

Yes this is a know issue which happens when there is a filesystem change. Will look into a workaround.


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it'd be cool if there was the added "File" menu submenu option so that declarations opened (F4) from global classpaths or non-project files could be versioned


Fri Jan 07, 2011 8:24 am
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Hello,

If I have Git source control enabled (very nice thank you) I can't seem to create/rename folders, even new ones. An Information alert pops up as so:

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fatal:source directory empty, source=test/New Folder, destination=test/panes


Nor can I seem to delete them:

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fatal: 'test/New Folder' did not match any files.


It works if I do it manually using Explorer, or the shell context menu though.

.NET CLR 3.0.30729
Windows 7 64 bit

I create / delete folders more often than I commit / revert / push so I'll probably have to disable the plugin for now :(

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Sat Jan 22, 2011 1:31 pm
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@davestewart oh that's embarrassing - fixed in SVN (FD3 & FD4).


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Nice one!

Flash Develop 4 huh? Ooooh :)

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Hey. I'm realy starting to love the source control plugin. It's faster than "shell menu". But I miss in SVN "Check for moficitaions..."

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zobo wrote:
Hey. I'm realy starting to love the source control plugin. It's faster than "shell menu". But I miss in SVN "Check for moficitaions..."

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Ah I suppose this could be added.


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Unfortunately, for me, this doesn't work at all, I can't get it running.
I set up the right paths (to TortoiseProc.exe) and enable it, but nothing appears.
When I restart, it is re-set to be disabled.

Is it because FlashDevelop (I use the 4.0 Beta) is 32Bit and my TortoiseSVN installation is 64Bit?
I run Win7 x64 btw.


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Ninchen I suggest you try installing TortoiseSVN 32bits too (it can be installed in parallel to 64bits version).


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