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Re: [mylyn-dev] Checklists with Mylyn
- From: "Eric Bresie" <ebresie@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2008 21:47:29 -0500
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Looking in the workspace/.mylyn/tasks.xml.zip file, I find the tasks
which are stored in an XML file. In the XML file, I see a Task entity
with a "Handle" attribute.
Can you use some form of XPath or similar query mechanism to reference it maybe?
I guess to truly answer this one, I need to work on understand how the
XML Dom handling APIs work in Eclipse.
On Tue, Oct 7, 2008 at 8:35 PM, Mik Kersten <mik@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Regarding structuring local tasks, you will have the ability to ability to
> make subtasks of local tasks once the next weekly build goes out.
> 238498: enable local subtasks
> Regarding linking them, so you could do something like making a freeform
> checklist on a local task, it would be nice if we could support that. The
> problem is that we decided early on that having IDs for local subtasks was
> overly complex, and haven't come up with a hyperlinking scheme that does not
> rely on IDs.
> Mik Kersten
> CEO, http://tasktop.com/blog
> Project Lead, http://eclipse.org/mylyn
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Eric Bresie [mailto:ebresie@xxxxxxxxx]
>> Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2008 5:29 PM
>> To: mik@xxxxxxxxxxx; Mylyn developer discussions
>> Subject: Re: [mylyn-dev] Checklists with Mylyn
>> Not sure it matters, but I was thinking more for local tasks (not with
>> repository based ones). I guess this was kind of a way of collecting
>> dependency local tasks (do local task 1, check, do local task 2,
>> check...). Other than time scheduling, I don't know how one defines
>> dependencies for local tasks.
>> So what is the URL/URN that someone would have to use to reference a
>> local task?
>> On Tue, Oct 7, 2008 at 1:13 PM, Mik Kersten <mik@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > We consider this additional planning functionality (e.g., check
>> > product/release plans) to fall outside of the scope of Mylyn, but do
>> > prioritize integration with such tools. For example, we want to make
>> > that you can always create a checklist or plan, and be able to link
>> > tasks/bugs/issues as part of that plan.
>> > The challenge is that with Mylyn alone, we can only supported
>> > links within Eclipse. This is one of the reasons why the new
>> > component was so relevant to the project. It will soon allow you to
>> > a wiki markup checklist that has task references like "bug 123".
>> > The story changes when you make the Eclipse the default browser,
>> which is
>> > exactly what Tasktop does on Windows. You can put a hyperlink to any
>> > in a web repository into any application. I do this all the time,
>> > tasks from both wiki pages and apps like Microsoft Excel and Project,
>> > having the URLs resolve instantly in Mylyn's task editor, whether I'm
>> > or not.
>> > Mik
>> >> -----Original Message-----
>> >> From: mylyn-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:mylyn-dev-
>> >> bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Eric Bresie
>> >> Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2008 10:27 AM
>> >> To: mylyn-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
>> >> Subject: [mylyn-dev] Checklists with Mylyn
>> >> Hey guys, I was reviewing some tutorials in Eclipse and found the
>> >> "Checklist" based training on a number of interesting topics. This
>> >> got me wondering....is there any way to make a checklist that can
>> >> reference a specific task? So in other words, there would be a
>> >> containing checklist that references a number of Mylyn tasks?
>> >> Maybe I should ask, is there a way to provide a URL/URN of some type
>> >> that could be referenced in a html document or something similar.
>> >> --
>> >> Eric Bresie
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