[Qt-creator] 4.9 beta "close project" feature
aha_1980 at gmx.de
Wed Mar 20 18:11:17 CET 2019
> (BTW: I have disabled all version control plugins and doing all the git > stuff outside QtC with Tower app)
Out of personal interest, have you tried the Git integration in Creator
(recently)? There are a lot of things that conceptually work much better
than an external tool - annotate the current file, jump from a diff to
the source code, commit from within the editor... I rarely use external
tools. Even Interactive Rebase is integrated.
So my question is: What is missing in Creators Git integration?
Thanks and regards,
> Am 20.03.19 um 16:36 schrieb mapron:
>> I just have tried 4.9.beta 2 build and I noticed very annoying feature:
>> When you close project, ALL your open files are closed too! It is
>> awful! I found that it was done in
>> Why anyone decided it is a good change? I don't want to close all my
>> My scenario:
>> - open project
>> - open some files , work-work;
>> - create some commits an a branch
>> - after work is done, I need to rebase my branch. So I close Qt
>> Creator project, do rebase and open it again. I usually still have all
>> my files opened!
>> - If I try to rebase without closing project, QtC just hangs.
>> I know it is maybe another bug, but still, I have a bunch of scenarios
>> when it is totally undesirable.
>> - open project, leave it CMakeLists.txt for split view, open another
>> one, close other projects (just imagine you have in memory 5 large
>> projects!), but use some files from them.
>> You could say "you could open CMakeLists.txt as usual file" , I say "I
>> also could use some files fo split view, which located deeply in tree;
>> I want to quickly add them to locator (godlike feature!), and then use
>> in splits in other project..."
>> summary: Developers! Leave my files alone! It's IDE, it amed to edit
>> files. Give them for me back please :)
>> p.s. maybe option for this behavior?
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