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RE: [Subclipse-users] Opening a old revision of a binary file

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-19 04:09:41 CEST

"LIRA Olavo" <Olavo.LIRA@gemalto.com> wrote on 08/18/2006 08:16:06 PM:

> You're right, I've just tried with CVS and it doesn't support it
> also. I guess I can't call it a bug but rather a limitation. So in order
> to deal with this behavior, now I am saying to the people that use SVN
> in here to:

It looks like the code will open the file in the right editor, provided
that it is an Eclipse editor. In order to open an external editor, your
editor input has to implement IPathEditorInput, and in order to implement
that, you have to be able to provide an IPath for the item. I think this
is where things fall apart as in order to have an IPath the file has to
exist in your workspace. If someone can tell me a way to get an IPath for
an external file, I could look into getting the file into a /tmp file and
then open an external editor. I do not know how to get an IPath for a
file outside the workspace.


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