Re: can the ddtss verify if really there are changes on a revision?
Martijn van Oosterhout wrote:
> On 8/22/06, Jens Seidel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I think you misunderstood the question. It's possible that a review
>> process starts from the beginning, because the previous proofreader
>> just changed the line breaks but did no changes to content.
>> IIRC this results currently in no diff but requires a new review cycle.
> Ah, so you mean a change that wasn't really a significant change.
> Yeah, changes in line-breaks cause confusing diffs. I've pondered
> deciding what's an "insignificant change" and in that case doing the
> diff from the old version still.
> I'm thinking insignificant would "only changes to whitespace and
> capitalisation", or can you think or something better?
I mean that there are no changes, nothing, except that the proofreader
pressed «accept with changes» instead «accept as is».. In that case, a
new review cycle is needed?
Sorry, i should had explain better the problem..
> Have a nice day,