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Metadata Diff Local Changes [message #956895] Wed, 24 October 2012 22:06 Go to next message
ME TOO is currently offline ME TOOFriend
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Registered: October 2012
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Hello World Wink

I need help to find a usable starting Point to check if a File is changed since a special timestamp and now.

If so, I also need the diff of this changes (in/out) like a patch.

Maybe there is also a central File where to see when there are new Changes?

I think there are Eclipse-Metadata where to look into. But I did't find usable Results by google searching for "eclipse metadata".

I hope, there is somebody know what I am searching for and give me the right direction... Smile

(maybe the right searching keywords helps me...?!)
Re: Metadata Diff Local Changes [message #957747 is a reply to message #956895] Thu, 25 October 2012 13:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Russell Bateman is currently offline Russell BatemanFriend
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On 10/25/2012 12:59 AM, ME TOO wrote:
> Hello World ;)
>
> I need help to find a usable starting Point to check if a File is
> changed since a special timestamp and now.
>
> If so, I also need the diff of this changes (in/out) like a patch.
>
> Maybe there is also a central File where to see when there are new Changes?
>
> I think there are Eclipse-Metadata where to look into. But I did't find
> usable Results by google searching for "eclipse metadata".
>
> I hope, there is somebody know what I am searching for and give me the
> right direction... :)
>
> (maybe the right searching keywords helps me...?!)
If you're talking diff of changes, like a patch, you're probably talking
text file. Should you not then just use a version-control system like
Subversion, Git, etc.?
Re: Metadata Diff Local Changes [message #957771 is a reply to message #957747] Thu, 25 October 2012 13:29 Go to previous message
ME TOO is currently offline ME TOOFriend
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Registered: October 2012
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Quote:
If you're talking diff of changes, like a patch, you're probably talking
text file. Should you not then just use a version-control system like
Subversion, Git, etc.?


Yes this is a nice Idea, but there are a lot of Steps between a Commit and each Benchmark.

I didn't talk about - but this is my big Problem - I need the difference to note into a benchmarking Protokoll.

I tried to ask google some more time and there where useable results where to find the history in deap of workingspace.
But this is a way of design is not usable because of no Information about dependency of diff-file and file and last diff.

So I got a self made solution to solve this:

I wrote a simple Pipe by find and stat/printf and call that bash-script. The result is a Unixtime and the relativ filename/path.

This I use to call the Developer in mind where he did changes between this and the last benchmark. So he has to input a Comment to every changed File.

This will be the better solution because of the Diffs will overflow the ability of sensitivity for focused problems and ideas working on in process of optimisation. The Developer can activate his History with no limit and so he can go deeper of he didn't get in mind what he want to say in past by commenting the benchmark.

OK - Thanks for Replay. Don't need any more help now Smile
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