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They show places you've deleted lines from since the last cvs commit (or the
equivalent for other VCSs).

Andrei

"Tobin Juday" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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What do the triangles in the attached screenshot mean?

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Ahh, very nice. I've found though, that, it is relatively easy to get rid of them by deleting lines and then re-spacing lines out again. Is this a feature, is it just too hard to keep track of, or is it a bug?

Tobin

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Hm, I guess this is not yet implemented for VSS?

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When you delete some lines and them change adjacent lines entire block of
lines may be tracked as change. In this case is just to hard to find out
that there are deleted lines (not only changed). However if changed (or
deleted or inserted) lines are not marked at all it is definitely a bug (we
know it happens time to time and not fixed yet). If you know how to
reproduce it (starting from unchanged file add/delete/change some lines here
and there) please submit tracker request.

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"Tobin Juday" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Ahh, very nice. I've found though, that, it is relatively easy to get rid

of them by deleting lines and then re-spacing lines out again. Is this a
feature, is it just too hard to keep track of, or is it a bug?
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Tobin



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