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Change the wording of "1 change" to "1 changed file" or "1 file changed"

Peter Slížik 10 months ago updated 10 months ago 4

For me, as a programmer, a "change" means a modification of a few related lines in code.

That is, if I have two files, aaa.py and bbb.py and I modify lines 10, 15, and 20 in aaa.py and lines 100, 200, and 300 in bbb.py, this means I made 6 changes in 2 files. (I believe this implies that the command git add --patch would be used 6 times in total.)


However, the "virtual nodes" in the Commits section of the Log window says 2 changes, which suggests that only two changes have been made. This is quite confusing. Please, change its wording either to 2 changed files or 2 files changed (don't know which one is better, I'm not a native speaker).

Thank you,

Peter

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Satisfaction mark by Peter Slížik 10 months ago

Still, that other RFE suggests the word changed instead of changes. With changed, my mind will fill in the word files (because of the context). But a change is exactly what it suggests - a piece, a chunk.

Good point. Fixed for version 19.2 preview (SG-13044).