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How to know when file is out of sync [message #576649] Tue, 12 August 2008 14:41
Denise Schmidt is currently offline Denise Schmidt
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OK, I have the following scenario. I use RSE to edit a remote file.
While I'm editting, I lose my connection. I save the file which gives me
an error because it couldn't save remotely but it does save the changes
locally. Now I reconnect to the remote system. Is there any way to know
that my local version of the file is not in sync with the remote version
of the file? The file doesn't look like it has pending changes because it
saved locally. If I edit it again and try to save, it will tell me but
otherwise I don't see a way to say "hey RSE, check to see if the files I
have open are in sync with the corresponding files on the remote system
and if not, prompt me to sync each up".

I guess I'm considering a failure case where I'm happily editing, lose my
connection and can't get it back so I save the files locally in the
RemoteSystemsTempFiles to deal with later. Then when I finally get my
connection back, it would be good if there was an easy way to know that
the stuff in RemoteSystemsTempFiles is out of sync with the remote system.
Is there a way to do this without having to save each file that may have
been open?

Thanks!
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