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Re: [Subclipse-users] Local History is lost after reverting file

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-01 14:29:46 CEST

"Vairoj A." <vairoj@hotpop.com> wrote on 08/01/2006 05:16:28 AM:

> When doing a Team Revert (revert to lastest prestine version SVN
repository), the
> Local History should keep the changes made and saved. However, it turns
> that when doing a Team Revert, the Local History for changes during the
> is completely lost.
> Here is the scenario, using Subclipse for Subversion SCS.
> * Update the workspace to latest version.
> * Edit a file and save. At this point Local History will contains the
change I
> just made.
> * Do Team > Revert on the file. The file is reverted to latest prestine
> version. And Local History is lost, too. There is no possible way to
> back the change I made.
> Local History should not be lost as a consequence of Team Revert because
> is what Local History is used for, to keep a local history of files.
> Is the a bug in Subclipse?

Local History is a feature provided by the Eclipse platform. I do not
believe that we make any method calls asking it to be removed or anything
like that. If you want to do some research into what classes/methods are
responsible for local history I can look through our code and verify this
for you.


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