Hi Jonah,

Thanks for reviewing that. I'll take a look at those.

Can you report that in the tracker?  (number 2 is ok and I think I know why that happens and how to fix it, as for number 1, you mean that you had opened the interpreter view and the process started while you were editing things? -- if that's it, I should probably disable the update while you're doing the edition).



On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 11:37 AM, Jonah Graham <jonah@kichwacoders.com> wrote:
Hi Fabio,

I have just had a first go using your recent dev work on auto-updated
PyDev interpreter infos. On the whole it looks great and it an
excellent update to PyDev.

However I found a few issues, and I am unsure how to reproduce them.
Perhaps you know about them already so I leave it up to you.

1) I seemed to be modifying my PYTHONPATH in the preferences when the
process was kicked off. As a result PyDev lost the changes I had just

2) The order of my interpreters changed in the GUIs. (I may be a
little unusual, as I am testing some changes across many interpreters
I currently have 6 different Pythons (2.4-3.2 + pypy latest)


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