Eclipse Plugin - Force Commit Change Set

Greetings:

I keep reading about a feature that allows the developer to commit a change set after a
failed (remote run ) commit error.

http://kirblog.idetalk.com/2007/12/what-i-like-about-teamcity-pre-tested.html

I cannot find this feature in the eclipse plugin. I am I missing something?

PS: Our developers are getting frustrated when a delayed commit fails because another commit took place while your delayed commit was in the queue. The reason is often some common config file that was edited.
http://kirblog.idetalk.com/2007/12/what-i-like-about-teamcity-pre-tested.html#c254747114833255320

Thanks.

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Hello,

Unfortunately, the feature is not yet implemented in TeamCity Eclipse plugin. Please vote/watch for http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/TW-3625

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Best regards,

Yegor Yarko
Project Manager
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Thank you for the reply.

I hope that this feature makes it the next release (3.2?).

If possible could someone explain how this feature would actually work.

I know there is a change set file on the TC server, but is a copy kept on eclipse client?
Any help would be appreciated.

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Hello,

I hope that this feature makes it the next release (3.2?).

We are not planning 3.2 release and most probably the next feature release will be 4.0
The feature will surely get into it.

I know there is a change set file on the TC server, but is a copy kept on eclipse client?


Actually, the actual commit is always performed from the client (IDE). So when the personal build is successful, the IDE detects this and performs commit of the files in the state they were on personal build initiating.

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Best regards,

Yegor Yarko
Project Manager
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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We are not planning 3.2 release and most probably the
next feature release will be 4.0
The feature will surely get into it.


Thanks,

When is the planned date for 4.0?
If possible I would like to see the feature sooner than later.

The reason I ask is that we are still evaluating TC. It is a great product, but we are finding the Delayed Commit feature clunky for us.
It is becoming difficult to get wider acceptance of this feature among our group.
We have 15 developers where many get 'svn conflicts' after a successful run (because another commit happened in that time). By that time, they have made changes to their workspace code. Once they get the commit failed message, they then feel that they lost their chance to commit.

It seems that many of these problems have been addressed with the Intellij plugin and I would like to know when the Eclipse plugin will be brought to the same level of functionality.

So when the personal build is
successful, the IDE detects this and performs commit
of the files in the state they were on personal
build initiating.


Yes, I understand that the commit happens from the IDE. Where does it keep a copy of the changeset? I know that it sends a change file to the TC server, but does it also keep a copy on my workstation?

Thanks for the information.

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