[Pharo-users] Should epicea help me recover changes in a system crash?

ducasse stepharo at netcourrier.com
Mon Feb 18 12:54:30 EST 2019


Hi tim

this is strange. Normally epicea logs all the changes. In the past I got missing classes. 
Epicea is git ignorant. So I do not see how it could interact. 
I would love to see your bug solved. Could you keep your image and may be martin
has some time to have a look (he got flying back to chile). 

Stef

> On 18 Feb 2019, at 18:13, Tim Mackinnon <tim at testit.works> wrote:
> 
> Hi - I’ve got mixed experiences with epicea - having had a few image seg faults recently its presented some of my changes and let me recover them.
> 
> However just now, I had been working for an hour and my whole laptop went black (and then had the apple logo). I took the opportunity to apply the latest HighSierra updates (it has been a while) - but when I relaunched my image - epicea detected missing code however what it shows me is nothing like the changes I had recently made - it just showed me a merge change?
> 
> Is it possible that if I’m on the wrong branch - it won’t show me changes I made recently?
> 
> I find I’m kind of missing the old changes text file (which we say we are getting rid of) as at least it let me see an historic account of what I had done - as now things are a bit all of over the place (do-its you have to find in the playground history) and epicea is supposed to show the rest - execpt it doesn’t appear to do so?
> 
> Tim





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