[TxMt] [POLL] Infinite UNDOs / Transparent History management?
Thomas Aylott (subtleGradient)
oblivious at subtlegradient.com
Thu Aug 16 01:09:13 UTC 2007
On Aug 15, 2007, at 4:49 PM, Steven.Klass at smsc.com wrote:
> Hey all,
> Really good idea. Can you make the UI so if we use an SCM the the
> rev number is associated with that submission? i.e
> [10:25 8/10/07] AutoSaved
> [10:27 8/10/07] Saved - Commited Rev #12654
> [11:33 8/14/07] Saved
> [11:34 8/14/07] AutoSaved
> [11:35 8/14/07] Saved - Commited Rev #12672
> And alternatively we can wipe the history to a value ( like 500
> saves or 20 SCM commits/submits ) Are we planning to take advantage
> of time machine on this??
> Steven M. Klass
> Strategic Manager, Design Automation - Analog Mixed Signal
That's a good idea. Group the timestamps together in a logical way.
If there are a bunch close to one another make the last one take
precedence and group the rest under it like a folder in list mode.
Then tagging the change with the revision number that your real SCM
uses is a great idea!
I'm not sure I can do anything with timemachine, but that sounds
Allan, any official plans for this kind of thing? Time Machine support
would be lovely.
Maybe we should port E.exe to the mac, it has really great history
management and undo ;)
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