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      Using the Local History
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      Using the Local History
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    <p>
      The JDT extends the workbench concept of a local history in three ways:
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      <li>A file can be replaced with an edition from the local history in the
      Package Explorer view.
      </li>

      <li>The JDT allows you to compare and/or replace individual Java elements
      (types and their members) with editions from the local history.
      </li>
      <li>The JDT allows you to restore Java elements (and files) deleted from
      the workbench that have been kept in the local history.
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      Note: Files and Java elements such as types and their members change in
      time. A 'snapshot' of what they look like a point in time (as saved in
      the local history) is called an edition.
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      <a href="../concepts/concept-jdt.htm">Java development tools
      (JDT)</a><br />
      <a href="../concepts/concept-java-views.htm">Java views</a>
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      <a href="tasks-63.htm">Replacing a Java element with a local history
      edition</a><br />
      <a href="tasks-63a.htm">Comparing a Java element with a local history
      edition</a><br />
      <a href="tasks-64.htm">Restoring a deleted workbench element</a>
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      <a href="../reference/views/ref-view-package-explorer.htm">Package
      Explorer</a>
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