Not sure I understand what you want to do, but why not hook into the server to create file when commit happens?  Or do something asynchronous that polls using svn log -v to get the output?

We have not really built Subclipse with a lot of extension points.  There might be one that exists that you could use but we generally only add them when some need arises.  Use cases like the one you present are not anything we are really trying to solve.


On Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 10:17 AM, Brunoais <> wrote:

I want to make a plugin to the subclipse.
Broadly speaking, it would work like this:

When the commit dialog appears, below the , I want to add a file browse
window that allows to choose a file location in the filesystem.

For that file, I want to create a listing (full file path) of all the
files that are being committed (additions, editions and deletions). That
record is made only when the commit is issued, no need to do it before that.

I also want to associate the file to where it is stored and the message
written in the commit messages list, but that's for later.

For starters, I need to know to which extension points should I attach
my code to and which dependencies will my code need. Are you able to
help me? Anything is welcome.

Thanks in advance


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Mark Phippard