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Can SciTE display the last lines that have been previously modified?

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Hello,

I hope this is the right place to ask. I have a somewhat large AutoIt script that I occasionally expand on, but I often forget what I last changed in the script, so it would be nice to have a visual distinction. In SciTE, Is it possible to see which lines of the script have been modified lately?

I had the idea, for example, that lines that have been modified lately could be in shades of green, while lines that haven't been modified in a while don't have any color overlay.

I've attached an example of what I mean.

Does something like this exist for the SciTE/AutoIT editor?

 

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SciTE can't do that, but that is where versioning comes in. Each time you make a change to a script you could save that version in an SVN setup and than simply compare versions to see what was modified. Versioning capabilities are build-in in the Full SciTE4AutoIt3 version that comes with AutoIt3Wrapper. 

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