|Subversive conflict editor ideas [message #1069748]
||Tue, 16 July 2013 09:36
| Joe Borg
Registered: December 2011
I switched from Subclipse to Subversive a few months back and the vast majority of features are a huge improvement on Subclipse (so thanks for that!).
My only complaint is the conflict editor, which is very useful with Subclipse. Especially the fact you can make the changes during the merge, manually and "Mark as resolved". You can also resolve with the local copy, or the remote. I don't think any of this is possible in Subversive (please correct if I'm wrong).
I've also found that, with a conflict, the merge goes quite wrong and differently to Subclipse (not sure why). With Subclipse, I find the conflict, usually fix it manually and can be sure that any other merged lines are going to be correct. Whereas, when I do the same in Subversive, I have found that there are changes missing that should have merged. Again, this could be the way I'm using the conflict editor (incorrectly).
There is only documentation on the use of the tree conflict editor http://www.eclipse.org/subversive/documentation/index.php. Maybe an update here would help in the future too.
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