> It's certainly a fun space, file system hacking is always fun. There
> doesn't seem to be a good match between file system operations and
> SCM operations, especially stuff like checkin. write != checkin.
> But you can handle that with
Either that, or heuristics - file not written to / opened for writing in x
minutes -> commit.
That would actually be pretty interesting because it might also allow you to
back out editor screwups ;-)
However, deducing change sets is more difficult.
Lars Marowsky-Brée <email@example.com>
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