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    • Daniel Teske's avatar
      ProjectTree::currentProject: Introduce a fall back to startupProject · d9425c5c
      Daniel Teske authored
      
      
      If no node is selected, e.g. no document is open, the ProjectTree
      currently claims that there is no current project.
      
      This adds a fallback to startup project in that case. This especially
      fixes the case where only one project is open and as such it is clear
      from context which project the user expects to be current.
      
      Revert a few places where I implemented this fallback manually.
      
      I do not like this. If multiple projects are open, this fallback can be
      surprising and not what the user wants. Everything works fine in the
      simple case with one project open but breaks with multiple projects
      open, this actively hides bugs.
      
      Change-Id: I6259834ca2220dd83bdffb16c3a0eac8f98e504b
      Task-number: QTCREATORBUG-14394
      Reviewed-by: default avatarEike Ziller <eike.ziller@theqtcompany.com>
      d9425c5c
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