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Summary

  1. Make sure that compare editor does syntax coloring (details)
Commit e43a4811d99b17f0f0ff4d3396f30ee6253b7fd0 by Pascal Rapicault
Make sure that compare editor does syntax coloring

The problem was rooted in the inability for the compare editor (and
content type manager) to detect the appropriate content type. This was
because the name of element (ITypedElement#getName) included the name of
the patchset and additional information (like commit id) which prevented
the content type to work.
The patch consits in making sure that getName() only returns the file
name, adding a new method to get the user readable name to be presented
in the title of the sub-editors.

Change-Id: Icb0239f52876bf6a55ad07bc94018956d345703b
The file was modifiedorg.eclipse.egerrit.ui/src/org/eclipse/egerrit/internal/ui/compare/CommentableCompareItem.java
The file was modifiedorg.eclipse.egerrit.ui/src/org/eclipse/egerrit/internal/ui/compare/GerritCompareInputLabelProvider.java
The file was modifiedorg.eclipse.egerrit.ui/src/org/eclipse/egerrit/internal/ui/compare/PatchSetCompareItem.java
The file was addedorg.eclipse.egerrit.ui.rcptt.tests/compare/PluginXMLIsColored.test
The file was modifiedorg.eclipse.egerrit.ui/src/org/eclipse/egerrit/internal/ui/compare/CommitCompareItem.java