Re: [Subclipse-dev] Changes to Pristine Copy Quick Diff
Brock Janiczak <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 07/22/2005 08:27:05 PM:
> I have just checked in a change to the quick diff that will with luck,
> make it perform more like the CVS one. It should now refresh the
> reference copy when the resource is replaced, updated or checked in.
> Since it is using the SyncInfo for all of this there is the possibility
> it will expose problems with the sync support or just do 'strange
> things'. If this change causes too much trouble it can easily be
> undone. It seemed to work on all cases I threw at it though.
I am always interested to learn more about the parts of Subclipse I do not
understand. Could you briefly explain how and why this feature would be
related to the SyncInfo? Doesn't the feature just highlight the areas in
the source that have been modified? Wouldn't it just be doing some kind
of real-time diff with the pristine copy?
Is the SyncInfo just a way to short-circuit the diff when we know the file
has not been modified?
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