You can't answer a question with a question :-)
Actually I looked at the user function capabilities in the current RSE environment and it does look like that may be robust enough to handle what I need to call the upload/download and any other options I deem necessary.
Checkout and Open from local drive, edit, commit to SVN and then push as needed, which is pretty much what an i project does with a lot more involvement.
An eclipse plugin is not out of the question, just currently a little beyond the scope of my skillsets :-)
A plugin would actually be awesome for this because then I could full integrate, but I need to assess the effort first and if it's really warranted.
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date: Sun, 20 Jan 2013 13:52:39 -0500
from: Jon Paris <jon.paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Remote Systems Explorer in RDP - What would you do to
make it better ?
On 2013-01-20, at 1:00 PM, midrange-l-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
As part of my SVN modernization evening project I am going to probably create a new component that can function similar to Remote Systems Explorer to front end RDP editing, but would like to improve on the overall user experience.
Is it not possible to do this by extending the existing functionality Richard? Or by modifying/extending the exist Eclipse project version of RSE?