|Treats two different files as the same [message #852493]
||Sat, 21 April 2012 23:32
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Registered: April 2012
I have two remote server setups. They both connect to the same server, but are created with different usernames. The path structure of both user's filesystems looks identical; one login is for a dev environment and the other login is for a prod environment.
The problem I have is that if I open the a file under one user's filesystem, then open it's equivalent under the other user's filesystem, Eclipse/RSE thinks it's the same file and only show me one window with a * to indicate that the contents are different.
- login to example.com with username user1, open file /home/myfiles/foo.txt
This opens fine. While this file is still open:
- login to example.com with username user2, open file /home/myfiles/foo.txt
This is a different file than before, since the filesystem seen on this server differ for each user. But trying to open this foo.txt causes it to open in the same window as the other foo.txt, and a * appears near the filename as if I had made changes to it.
Any ideas on what I can do to fix this?
thanks very much for any suggestions,