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    • Eike Ziller's avatar
      Switch less often to edit mode · 7c8db798
      Eike Ziller authored
      This change
      * Removes IMode::type, ModeManager::activateModeType, and
        IEditor::preferredModeType, and adds IEditor::isDesignModePreferred
        instead
      * Adapts the mode switching code in EditorManager to handle multiple
        windows, for example switching to edit mode should only happen if
        the editor/view is in the main window. Otherwise the editor window
        should be raised and focused
      * Renames EditorManager::NoActivate --> DoNotChangeCurrentEditor
      * Reverts the EditorManager::ModeSwitch logic to switch mode or
        make the current editor visible by default, introducing
        DoNotMakeVisible flag instead
      * Fixes a few instances where EditorManager::ModeSwitch should have been
        used
      
      One non-trivial problem left: If you open a .ui file and switch to an
      external editor window, edit mode is activated, because the current
      editor no longer is a .ui file, which means that the design mode gets
      deactivated.
      
      Change-Id: I76c5c2391eb4090143b778fb103acff3a5a1ff41
      Reviewed-by: default avatarDavid Schulz <david.schulz@digia.com>
      7c8db798
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    • Knut Petter Svendsen's avatar
      ClearCase: Fixed get active VOBs · 567098f2
      Knut Petter Svendsen authored
      The correct way to check if a VOB is active (mounted) is to check for
      a "*" in the output of "cleartool lsvob". On windows a directory for
      each active VOB exists under topLevel, but this is not true for unix
      where directories (mount points) for all VOBs exists always.
      
      Change-Id: Iccb0e38a39dfcae72326d68b9ff43b2555187f6c
      Reviewed-by: Orgad Shaneh's avatarOrgad Shaneh <orgads@gmail.com>
      567098f2
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