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From Milamber <milam...@apache.org>
Subject Re: New from Template silently overwrites files
Date Wed, 10 Jul 2013 23:39:02 GMT

Le 10/07/2013 23:29, sebb a ecrit :
> On 11 July 2013 00:12, Milamber <milamber@apache.org> wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> I've use the new templates's behavior today.
>>
>> I have some improvements in my mind (and in better world) ;-)
>>
>> * Loading as templates's bundle every file with .xml extension, to allow any
>> tiers provider to distribute 'templates pack'
> I'd had the same idea; thought I'd already sent a message - turns out
> it was sent to Commons by mistake. I've resent it here, see separate
> message.

Yeah! Same idea!

>
>> * Act as template all jmx files in /bin/templates/ even if the file isn't in
>> a template.xml, to allow end user to 'create' across a easy way a template
>> from their test plan.
> Not so sure about that - it would be expensive parsing the file for a
> template dialog entry - and how is that different from using the Open
> dialog?

Just for simplify the life of end user (and me). Have a single directory 
to put my templates, to reuse it (without any directory navigation like 
Open/Merge dialog box)

Today, in UI design, there are always a lot of ways to do the same 
thing. It's offer more ways to end user.



>
>> I'm not study (in this time) the way to do this. Any opinion? (I'm too
>> greedy?)
>>
>> Milamber


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