[oXygen-user] DiffCompare and Oxygen editor

Mon Mar 16 09:23:30 CDT 2015


thanks for the confirmation and for submitting the request,


> On Mar 16, 2015, at 10:15 AM, Oxygen XML Editor Support (Adrian Buza) <> wrote:
> Hello,
> Oxygen refreshes automatically (controlled by an option) resources from the local file system when a modification is detected. The same isn't true for remote resources (WebDAV), so they must be manually refreshed.
> So your intuition is correct, it doesn't work for WebDAV because there is no simple way to find out if a remote resource has been modified.
> However, we should notify the editor of the change at least when that change has been made in our own Diff Editor (started from within Oxygen). I've submitted a request for this.
> Meanwhile, either remember to reload the file in the main editor (File > Revert) after making changes in Diff, or just close it and reopen it later when needed.
> Regards,
> Adrian
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> On 15.03.2015 20:55, Shannon wrote:
>> Yes, I am editing via WebDAV, and I bet you’re right about it being a limitation of that. Awareness is definitely ideal, since it’s much too easy to accidentally overwrite changes made in Diff by saving the outdated file in the editor.
>>> On Mar 15, 2015, at 2:51 PM, David Sewell <> <mailto:> wrote:
>>> I've run into this when using Diff Files on one or two files opened via a WebDAV URL. I guess the oXygen editor doesn't have a way to automatically see that the file has changed, as it would with a file open from the filesystem; but it does seem that oXygen Editor should (ideally) be made aware when changes are saved in the Diff Files tool.
>>> David
>>> On Sun, 15 Mar 2015, Shannon wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> when I save an edit in Diff Files of a file open in an Oxygen editor, it is supposed to automatically refresh the document? In my particular case just now it didn’t. Caused some confusion. I closed and reopened the file manually in order to see the changes reflected. The editor asks if the user wants to reload the document if it’s changed in the file system, is it possible to automate and/or detect changes from Diff Files, especially considering the input file is selected from the list of documents currently open in Oxygen?
>>>> Best,
>>>> Shannon
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