Feature #12388

diffs for editions of issue/notes entries

Added by Pawel Orzechowski over 6 years ago. Updated about 1 month ago.

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Description

It should be possible to see what changes had been done to the issue/note if someone edited it after it was already created.
If I edit issue description there is a diff entry generated. But if I edit the note itself there is no info that the note was edited.


Related issues

Related to Redmine - Patch #7610: Patch providing issue journal rollback New 2011-02-11
Related to Redmine - Feature #12416: Comment change notification New
Related to Redmine - Patch #31505: Mark edited journal notes as "Edited" New
Duplicated by Redmine - Feature #26527: Show previous comment version when editing an issue comment Closed
Duplicated by Redmine - Feature #29687: Keep history for comment editions Closed
Duplicated by Redmine - Feature #2598: Edit of issue notes should be tracked Closed 2009-01-27

History

#1 Updated by Fred Giusto over 6 years ago

+1
I think it's very important. Legally we can need to prove something.
I think also that only my last note of an issue can be modified. It's inconsistent to modify a note edited although another has been written after.

#2 Updated by kaven yan about 6 years ago

+1
it's very useful, and every notes will be kept. History is very important.
So everyone can edit every notes safely.

#3 Updated by Miqayel Gevorgyan about 4 years ago

+1
It's very useful. History is very important.

#4 Updated by S B almost 4 years ago

I am trying to bring my contribution to this feature :
  • I understand that the ability to edit the notes is from #527, #585 and #627.
  • This edition of the notes permits to modify a note in case of mistake without having other entry in the log of history.
  • As a consequence, having an history on the edition of a note is contradictory with the ability to edit in the current model of Redmine.
I propose, if possible :
  • adapt to the note the system of history that belongs to the wiki
  • so we can have a link "History" next to the buttons "Quote" and "Modify"

#5 Updated by JW Fuchs about 3 years ago

+1
Sometimes content gets deleted accidently from comments. It would be very helpful, if these changes were also logged so content could get restored.

#6 Updated by Robert Pollak almost 3 years ago

+1 (#6945)

#7 Updated by Artur Karapetov over 2 years ago

+1
Would be great!

#8 Updated by Toshi MARUYAMA almost 2 years ago

  • Duplicated by Feature #26527: Show previous comment version when editing an issue comment added

#9 Updated by Robert Barnebeck over 1 year ago

+1 would be very helpful Feature!

#10 Updated by Go MAEDA 10 months ago

  • Duplicated by Feature #29687: Keep history for comment editions added

#11 Updated by Go MAEDA 5 months ago

  • Duplicated by Feature #2598: Edit of issue notes should be tracked added

#12 Updated by Go MAEDA 5 months ago

  • Related to Patch #7610: Patch providing issue journal rollback added

#13 Updated by Go MAEDA 5 months ago

#14 Updated by Bernhard Rohloff 5 months ago

+1 If somebody edits a comment it should at least be visible to others.

#15 Updated by Anonymous 5 months ago

+1 but only to indicate the message as "Edited" and show when it was edited, but maybe not to log the history of the edits of each message changes. They are usually not really necessary to store and it would generally be more rubbish to fill the database with.
However a mechanism which could be implemented on the front-end which could save the fields of an not yet posted form as real-time draft into the local storage and then read on next reload would be amazing.

#16 Updated by Marius BALTEANU about 1 month ago

  • Related to Patch #31505: Mark edited journal notes as "Edited" added

#17 Updated by Marius BALTEANU about 1 month ago

Bernhard Rohloff wrote:

+1 If somebody edits a comment it should at least be visible to others.

I've added a patch to #31505 which implements this feature.

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