Re: Script to replace header comment

Lew <>
Mon, 12 Oct 2009 10:43:10 -0700 (PDT)
Lew wrote:

That is an aspect of Eclipse that I find annoying. It has this
mysterious shadow copy of files that don't necessarily match what's on
disk even when you don't have editing changes pending. NetBeans appea=


to work directly from the file system, which I prefer.

Tom Anderson wrote:

AFAICT, the 'shadow copy' is what's in memory. The situation is the same
as if you had a file open in vi, and crept in behind it and edited it wit=


something else. No?

I don't know. Maybe.

NetBeans (NB) and Eclipse behave differently. I often have to refresh
Eclipse (or offspring)'s project view but I never seem to need to do
that with NetBeans. In Eclipse I set an option to "refresh
automatically" which obviates some of that behavior. I don't think
NetBeans even has such a setting.

It very well may be exactly what you say, except that NB decides to
"refresh automatically" without asking, but Eclipse insists on asking.

Whatever the reason, I prefer NetBeans's behavior with respect to this


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