Allow replanning of logged dives

Robert Helling helling at
Mon May 11 11:56:19 PDT 2015


> On 11.05.2015, at 18:41, Dirk Hohndel <dirk at> wrote:
> So the real difference is that when you edit a dive we normally want to be
> in regular edit more where you can edit notes, tags, buddies, etc.
> We can take this in two directions:
> a) allow both modes, edit and replan.
> Have consistent menues and add your clever algorithm that turns an
> existing dive into something the user can modify. In "edit" mode I'd keep
> a copy of the original divecomputer around and have an edited version
> added. This way we don't lose data.
> b) merge the two modes
> that might actually be the harder thing to do. Because we need to be able
> to switch between the planner stuff and the regular notes tab. And we
> still need to figure out what we do with a regular dive...

thank you for your comments. I will think about this while I have some offline time (tomorrow until the weekend).


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