Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 230664
cannot create changelog entry for Make- and other files
Last modified: 2008-04-15 11:11:02 EDT
Description of problem:
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gnahh, my touchpad kills me...
sorry for the empty record above. Here is the summary:
The changelog plugin will not create a changelog entry for non C-editor files.
How to reproduce:
1. open a cdt project
2. open, for example, a .spec file
3. select edit/add changelog entry
nothing, sometimes a null pointer exception in the logs, depending on the
selected editor for changelogs
a new changelog entry in Changelog
This happens under eclipse 3.2.2 with changelog 2.3.3-2
Created attachment 149120 [details]
Source code for 2.3.4 with changed extension strings
this code seems to work
Any chance you could supply a patch? That will allow us to easily see what has
Is the official 2.3.4 source, and this version does support not-known
files(.spec, Make, etc).
(In reply to comment #5)
> Is the official 2.3.4 source, and this version does support not-known
> files(.spec, Make, etc).
Can you update to 2.3.4 in FC6?
(In reply to comment #6)
> (In reply to comment #5)
> > http://sourceware.org/eclipse/changelog/eclipse-changelog-src-2.3.4.zip
> > Is the official 2.3.4 source, and this version does support not-known
> > files(.spec, Make, etc).
> Can you update to 2.3.4 in FC6?
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Christoph, is this fixed for you in F7, F8, or rawhide?
If I remember correct, this issue was fixed upstream with eclipse 3.3 or so.
Just to be pedantically clear, this was fixed upstream in eclipse-changelog :)