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From Philippe Mouawad <>
Subject Re: Darcula theme vs tree view (the tree of components)
Date Sun, 06 Oct 2019 12:40:00 GMT
On Sunday, October 6, 2019, Vladimir Sitnikov <>

> >as we are committing ourselves way more to the maintenance  of
> >that software than to just updating the dependency
> In fact, Darcula theme is already distributed, so the maintenance is the
> same.
> The next version of Darcula would likely be a complete rewrite, so the
> upgrade will anyway be painful.

I don’t think upgrade would be painful, we have very few classes that
depend on it AFAIR.

> As the next "official" version appears, we could drop the relevant sources
> and use the dependency.
> >* Make an external fork of darcula and use that one (Would have the same
> >problems with copying the sources in my opinion)
> What is the point?
> Note: it would be extremely hard to make coordinated changes.
> If we just copy the source, then we could fix it and immediately see how
> that plays with JMeter.
> If someone forks Darcula, then we can't really use it in JMeter until the
> fork releases. Two repositories make things much harder.

why not help darcula doing what Bulenkov has suggested ?

>  Vladimir

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