[Gambas-user] gb3: Undo/Redo (Ctrl-Z/Ctrl-Y)

Fabien Bodard gambas.fr at ...626...
Mon Jul 18 09:40:33 CEST 2011

2011/7/18 Kevin Fishburne <kevinfishburne at ...1887...>:
> Maybe no one's noticed this but undo/redo operations are seriously
> f'cked up. Maybe it's due to a limit on the number of changes kept track
> of, I don't know. My memory may fail me, but in the past I think it's
> processed changes between modules in module-agnostic order rather than
> by the module currently being edited. It definitely has limitations and
> leaves the code in a mixed state when moving back and forth through the
> history a certain number of times.

do you use the last svn ?

> Sorry for the vague info about it, as I'm not sure exactly what it's
> doing, but it definitely needs a second look. At some point the
> undo/redo operations just stop with the code in a random state within
> the history.
> My suggestions are to have a large default history, and to keep separate
> histories per module. Maybe having the changes itemized, browsable and
> editable would be good, something like an integrated version control
> system. No biggie, just some ideas for after gb3.0 is released.
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