[wingide-users] Project manager questionsMatt Goodall matt at pollenation.net
Fri, 08 Aug 2003 15:54:00 +0100
Stephan Deibel wrote: >On Fri, 8 Aug 2003, Matt Goodall wrote: > > >>1. Can I add a directory tree without including certain directories. In >>particular I don't want to import the CVS and .svn directories. >> >> > >The following two preferences are used to control file inclusion/omission >in adding a directory tree or package: > >proj.package-file-types=("*.*",) >proj.package-omit-types=("*.o", "*.a", "*.so", "*.pyc", "*.pyo", \ > "core", "*~", "#*#") > >These can be placed in your preferences file (Edit menu / Preferences) >and modified and changes made will take effect after Wing is restarted. > Yep, I found those in the manual ... I'm an RTFM type of person ;-). While I think about it, some way of explicitly searching the list archives would be useful or at least a link to download the whole archive so it can be grep'd. >To omit files in *.svn you would either have to add patterns to the >package-omit-types pref that catch them all or change the >package-file-types pref to include only things like *.py and whatever else >you want. Alas, just adding *.svn to omit-types doesn't work. > This is basically what I am doing and it works to a degree. Unfortunately, I want to include .txt files but Subversion places a README.txt in each .svn directory :-(. >I'm actually a bit surprised we're not matching the omit patterns to >directory names, so if this causes you problems let me know and I can look >at a patch for this. > It would certainly be useful, I could then use the prefs you mention above properly again. Perhaps a proj.package-omit-dirs setting? >>2. Is is possible to reduce the length of the directory name displayed >>in the project's file list area. I've got things like >>file:/home/matt/src/blah/blah/blah which is a little hard to work with. >>The ability to set a base directory for the project would be nice - any >>directories under there could be relative, directories outside of the >>project tree could be absolute. >> >> > >As soon as you save the project file to disk, e.g. in /home/matt/src, the >display should change to using partial relative paths from the project >file location. So you should see blah/blah/blah instead for the above >example. > Oh yeah, I can't believe I didn't notice that! I actually tend to keep project files in a ~/projects directory to avoid polluting the source code repository but I can change that easily enough now I know. Thanks for the quick response. Cheers, Matt -- Matt Goodall, Pollenation Internet Ltd w: http://www.pollenationinternet.com e: firstname.lastname@example.org t: +44 (0)113 2252500
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