[forge-dev] GitPlugin Facet (Lincoln Baxter, III)
jevgeni.zelenkov at googlemail.com
Fri Apr 20 16:52:43 EDT 2012
Thanks for the explanation, that helped me to understand it but not
completely. So, what do you actually mean by "inspect the state of a
I take methods provided by you:
And here are some more suggestions to help inspect the state of a project:
Would that be enough?
I guess, I don't understand the use cases for the GitFacet yet.
Who is going to use it and what are the potential scenarios? The git
undo plugin will require a lot more than that. And I assume that
GitFacet is not really a wrapper for the jGit functionality.
On 04/20/2012 06:00 PM, forge-dev-request at lists.jboss.org wrote:
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> Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2012 09:21:10 -0400
> From: "Lincoln Baxter, III"<lincolnbaxter at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [forge-dev] GitPlugin Facet
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> Hey Jevgeni,
> Regarding the GitFacet - I believe it's in the right place for the moment,
> but I don't believe that the GitPlugin should be referencing it, since the
> commands in GitPlugin could be used even without a Project.
> GitFacet (as the issue describes poorly) is something that should be usable
> to inspect the state of a Project via:
> After that, everything else is an added benefit. It should probably also
> perform tasks like:
> And that's where your imagination kicks in.
> Does that make sense?
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