Paul Lorenz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 01/30/2006 09:47:16 AM:
> On 1/30/06, Mark Phippard <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Paul Lorenz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 01/27/2006 11:44:23 AM:
> > > The first is when you are actually doing Edit Conflicts using the
> > > built in editor, the diff state isn't recalculated after doing a
> > > Also, the copy current change stops working after the save. I fixed
> > > this, usually a similar method that the CVS plugin uses, by having a
> > > subclass of DiffNode which we have the differencer use, and then
> > > calling fireChanges on that in the save. Patch is attached.
> > >
> > > Please let me know if the patch looks acceptable, or if it needs
> > > or if it's working as expected, and I'm just missing something.
> > Could you maybe explain this one to me a bit more? I am not clear
> > the problem is, how to observe it, and then how your patch changes
> > I did some testing before and after the patch and it is not obvious
> > what is different.
> Sure. After doing a merge or an update which results in a conflict,
> you can bring up the eclipse compare editor with Edit Conflicts. The
> way I have worked with this editor in the past is first pull in all
> non-conflicting changes, then hit save. This will save my changes to
> disk and redo the compare, so that all those conflicts vanish from the
> view. Then I continue going merge by merge, saving every once in a
> while to refresh the view and remove any conflicts I've resolved.
> What I observed with subversion was that after I did the first save,
> the compare wouldn't update, i.e. any conflicts I had resolved would
> still show up. Secondly, the copy change buttons wouldn't work any
> more. So if I clicked copy current change to right pane, nothing would
> I looked at the CVS CompareInput and it uses the DiffNode.fireChanges
> in save to force the compare to be redone, so I ported somethign
> similar over.
> Let me know if you need more detail, or if you aren't observing the
> same behavior, pre-patch, that I am. Maybe something is messed up on
> my end.
Yes, I understand better now. I will re-evaluate with this in mind.
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Received on Mon Jan 30 16:39:41 2006