Le 23/04/2010 15:00, Dave Page a écrit :
> On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 8:26 PM, Guillaume Lelarge
> <guillaume(at)lelarge(dot)info> wrote:
>> Well, we didn't do it for the actual Servers node. I don't think we
>> should do it for this one.
> Right - that's why I wasn't sure. And now that groups are root nodes,
> it seems even less important.
>> Finally, I had time to work on this. I changed my patch so that it
>> follows what you expected to see. I was not really able to reproduce the
>> problem you explain above after my changes.
>> Can you try this last one? Thanks.
> Still seeing a crash on OSX, but mostly I think it's good now. Here's
> what happened:
> - I cleared my prefs file so I just had 4 servers detected and added
> to the 'Servers' group at startup.
> - I moved 3 of the servers to a new 'PostgreSQL' group.
> - I moved 1 server to a new 'Advanced Server' group.
> At this point I had three groups visible:
> Servers (0)
> PostgreSQL (3)
> - Server 1
> - Server 2
> - Server 3
> Advanced Server (1)
> Server 4
> Gripe 1: I think the Servers group should be hidden if it's empty. In
> previous versions it didn't really matter as the first thing you'd do
> is add a server. Now though, it might remain empty forever.
Fixed. I still keep a "Servers" item in the combobox, even if there is
no "Servers" group. No sure this is really smart. Should I get rid of it?
> Gripe 2: I think the groups should be shown in alphabetical order.
> Should be a one-line change :-)
> - I then right-clicked Server 4 and selected Properties
> Gripe 3: pgAdmin crashes reliably at this point:
Thanks for your comments. See patch attached.
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