[antlr-interest] Re: ACE C preprocessor by Gosling

bob mcwhirter bob at werken.com
Sat Jun 1 08:07:22 PDT 2002

This is starting to sound more like configuration-managment issues, now.

The only problem I see with auto-saves and unlimited undo, is, how do you
revert from one version to another?  If you didn't explicitly save, you
don't know what version you need to go back.

And I'd certainly not be happy with hitting [undo] several hundred times
to find the version I want.

So, I'd have to add:

11b) Visual browser of the autosaved versions, summarizing the changes
between any two arbitrary versions.  


On Sat, 1 Jun 2002, Matthew Ford wrote:

> My two bits worth are (mainly to do with user interface)
> 11) No dialog boxes that ask you "Do you really want to do that", even for
> deletes and overwrites of files.  These should be replaced with unlimited
> undo (persistent would be nice).
> 11a) As a corollary of 11) no  "File Save"  menu item as any changes you
> make should be always be saved (Hay that's why you made them wasn't it).


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