Kloster Oddvar wrote:
> I've encountered a few bugs and inconsistencies in TMerge and
> tried to fix them in the enclosed patch. The changes are as
> * Showing filenames in tooltip for single view header, not
> just the window titles twice
> * Undo functionality:
> - Undo history is now cleared when views are loaded (on open,
> reload or single/double view)
> - Undo history is not cleard on save. Thus it's possible to
> undo changes from before the save.
> - The changed mark (*) correctly indicates if the file has
> changed from last saved version (...well, almost. To be
> precise, it indicates whether we've used undo on all the
> changes since the last reload/save, and not more)
> - Undoing a paste operation is *much* quicker now since we
> don't update the views for every char.
> - Undo would always scroll to put the caret at the top of
> the screen. Now, the views scroll only if necessary to
> make the caret visible.
> * Moving the caret to start/end of conflict block on next/prev
> * Fixed crash if lines were deleted in right view while caret
> in left view was near bottom of document
> * Moving the caret up or down (by kbd) shows line diff for the
> new line (instead of the line under the mouse pointer)
> * Resetting more data in LoadViews() to avoid problems if two-
> way view is opened first and then a three-way view or vice versa.
Thanks for the patch.
Committed in revision 11397.
> Another thing I'd like to do is to get rid of the 'current diff
> block', i.e. the pair of solid lines that you can move around
> using F7/shift-F7. Instead, I'd like to keep just the selection
> block and move it around instead.
> * As it is today, it is possible to have both a diff block and
> a selection block outlined at the same time, and this has had
> me confused regarding for which block I'm actually asking to
> use the other file's text.
> * The diff block does today serve as a cursor: if you go away to
> another part of the document and then press F7, the diff block
> and caret will jump to the next difference relative to the current
> diff block, and not relative to the caret. I find that most often
> (always?) I'd like to go to the prev/next diff from the caret
> So the idea is to kick out the diff block and only use the
> selection block. Next Diff sets the selection block to the next
> difference after the current selection block, or to the next
> difference after the caret if there is no selection.
I like that idea. Would you like to work on this?
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