[Qt-creator] git support in 2.7.81
petar.perisin at gmail.com
Tue May 28 09:08:18 CEST 2013
What type of project do you use?
is your project file also part (or inside) folder structure where .git file
is, or your project file is outside folder where .git folder is.
Git (and other VC systems) work this way:
1 - currently focused file has top priority. And Qt Creator checks if this
file is in a repository. Repository check is done by finding .git folder
(or file when submodules are concerned) in parent folders of a current
2 - in case current file is not in repo (note that some specific commands
i.e. git diff, git show etc - they open up editor which has no file on
disk, and it is not inside any repo) then current project's repo is checked.
The situation you describe seems to me like you have project files outside
repo, and "Git Diff" editor is focused.
On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 8:16 AM, Diego Iastrubni <diegoiast at gmail.com>wrote:
> Actually... I saw something similar in SVN support.
> "Sometimes" QtCreator did not see that my directory has a ".svn"
> duerctory, and SVN support was disabled from my project/files. This was in
> 2.7, unfortunately I cannot reproduce, and I am a little "off" and I am not
> following 2.8.
> On Mon, May 27, 2013 at 9:19 PM, Orgad Shaneh <orgads at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Double-click Git and see its dependencies. Maybe DiffEditor is disabled
>> for you?
>> - Orgad
>> On Mon, May 27, 2013 at 8:38 PM, Cristian Tibirna <tibirna at kde.org>wrote:
>>> This might be a known issue, but I don't seem to find anything about in
>>> I compiled c93c699 today and all of a sudden git support has disappeared.
>>> The git plugin appears greyed out (but checked in) in the "About plugins"
>>> dialog. There is no git-related sub-menu in the "Tools" menu and none
>>> of the
>>> git key shortcut works.
>>> Cristian Tibirna
>>> KDE developer .. tibirna at kde.org .. http://www.kde.org
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