On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 12:40 AM, Pedro <pedro...@gmail.com> wrote:
> A conflict resolution GUI sounds too tricky IMHO. I can't see how that could
> get much more intuitive than current time diff viewers such as meld or
> winmerge.

Pretty simple, we always have a "trunk" version that is shown as the
current page. If there is any conflicting version we alert the user
and allow to view it in a second window. This view will be read-only
and preferably with textual changes highlighted (like meld, but more
simplistic). Then we leave it up to the user to copy any changes he
want back in the current version. Also the conflicting version will
have a "discard" button which just deletes the conflicting version.

Note that conflicts should only occur when editing the same parts of
notes. Changes in other parts of the same note can easily be merged by
bazaar. So assumption is that conflicts should not occur to frequent
when using bazaar. When using dropbox or ubuntu one without bazaar
they may occur a bit more often, but depends on your usage pattern.

Regards,

Jaap

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