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Dirty Bit (Read 1892 times)
james a. foster
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Dirty Bit
Nov 18th, 2011, 2:42pm
 
It would be killer to have a "dirty bit" flag on each note, probably up in the window header. This would be true if the last update is more recent than the last application of actions to the note and false otherwise.

When I'm developing actions, I'd like to know how long I have to wait before an update caused by some action is actually performed.

Come to think of it, perhaps the dirty bit should be the number of actions that have been applied since the last update. when it's dirty, that would be zero. greater than zero would mean that it has had that many update actions--so that if I know how many actions apply to this note then I know whether it's done.
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