Modifications not shown in the editor gutter


Hi,

in my 1108 installation, changes to edited files do not seem to be indicated in the gutter any longer. Is this a misconfiguration of my installation or a bug?

Thanks in advance,
Jens

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I'm using build 1113 and my changes are all shown in the gutter.

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On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 10:26:32 +0000, Jens Voss wrote:

in my 1108 installation, changes to edited files do not seem to be
indicated in the gutter any longer.


I see this too - I just went from 1080 to 1113.

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Mark Scott

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I've noticed this often happens if you clear out your system directory
for a new build (thus losing lvcs info I assume).

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Jens Voss wrote:

Hi,

in my 1108 installation, changes to edited files do not seem to be indicated in the gutter any longer. Is this a misconfiguration of my installation or a bug?

Thanks in advance,
Jens

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I've noticed this often happens if you clear out your system directory
for a new build (thus losing lvcs info I assume).


Yes, if you loose you local vcs changes won't be shown correctly in the
editor. This happens since we use local vcs for fetching the original
version (fetching it from CVS would be too slow for this purpose).

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"Nathan Brown" <nedski@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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I've noticed this often happens if you clear out your system directory
for a new build (thus losing lvcs info I assume).

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Jens Voss wrote:

Hi,

>

in my 1108 installation, changes to edited files do not seem to be

indicated in the gutter any longer. Is this a misconfiguration of my
installation or a bug?

>

Thanks in advance,
Jens



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On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 14:17:12 +0300, Valentin Kipiatkov (JetBrains) wrote:

>> I've noticed this often happens if you clear out your system directory
>> for a new build (thus losing lvcs info I assume).


Yes, if you loose you local vcs changes won't be shown correctly in the
editor. This happens since we use local vcs for fetching the original
version (fetching it from CVS would be too slow for this purpose).


I didn't clear anything on this upgrade. In particular,
~/.IntelliJIdea/system/vcs contains files that are up to 11 days old
(which is roughly when I last did clear my system directory out).

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Mark Scott

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On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 11:40:21 +0000, Mark Scott wrote:

It works fine for me - it just so happened my edits since moving to 1113 were to files I hadn't changed in a month or so... Sorry for the bad report :-$ ]]>

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Mark Scott

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On 1/21/04 2:40 PM, in article pan.2004.01.21.11.40.20.987825@jetbrains.com,
"Mark Scott" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote:

On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 14:17:12 +0300, Valentin Kipiatkov (JetBrains) wrote:

>>> I've noticed this often happens if you clear out your system directory
>>> for a new build (thus losing lvcs info I assume).
>>
>> Yes, if you loose you local vcs changes won't be shown correctly in the
>> editor. This happens since we use local vcs for fetching the original
>> version (fetching it from CVS would be too slow for this purpose).


I didn't clear anything on this upgrade. In particular,
~/.IntelliJIdea/system/vcs contains files that are up to 11 days old
(which is roughly when I last did clear my system directory out).


This might be the case if you're running MacOS since default location of
system directory has moved to ~/Library/Caches/IntelliJ IDEA/

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JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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