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source control hooks

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Mon Feb 13, 2012 1:29 pm Change Time Zone

Is there a way to use the IDE to fire external source control commands or are there any plans for that? I'm using TFS, to check out a file I have to:

1. Open the ECL file in the IDE (it has the locked icon)
2. Press F8 to locate the file in Windows Explorer
3. Right click the file and navigate through the TFS context menu to perform the check-out
4. Alt-Tab back to the IDE
5. Close the file in the IDE
6. Right-click the file, click Refresh (to remove the locked status)
7. Re-open the file in the IDE to edit the file

Steps 2-7 could be eliminated if the IDE had some sort of add-in/scripting/macro mechanism...

Thanks!
aintnomyth
 
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Mon Feb 13, 2012 1:33 pm Change Time Zone

There is an ECL Plugin for Eclipse IDE in the works (and eclipse does have TLS support I believe).

Gordon.
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Mon Feb 13, 2012 1:34 pm Change Time Zone

Very cool, good to hear. Thanks!
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