CVS version to compare for highlighting

Hi there,

It appears that the the high-lighting that appears to denote the changes to a file seems
to be done against the version of the checked out file. So if you checked out Hello.java
v1.1, and then you merge back in some other people's changes (1.2), their changes will
also be highlighted as a change you did.

Is there an option somewhere that you can change the version that the file is being
compare to? Ideally it would be nice if you can choose, "Latest from HEAD" or something
similar. No worries if there's not though, was just curious.

Cheers

Mark C

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Nope, that's indeed not possible.
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Maxim Shafirov
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Hi there,

It appears that the the high-lighting that appears to denote the
changes to a file seems to be done against the version of the checked
out file. So if you checked out Hello.java v1.1, and then you merge
back in some other people's changes (1.2), their changes will also be
highlighted as a change you did.

Is there an option somewhere that you can change the version that the
file is being compare to? Ideally it would be nice if you can choose,
"Latest from HEAD" or something similar. No worries if there's not
though, was just curious.

Cheers

Mark C



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