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Current revision highlight in show log dialog

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2008 23:08:07 +0100

Hi Stefan,

The highlighting of the current revision doesn't seem to work
reliably. I have a working copy which is not completely up to date as
I did some more commits from another PC. For those files that I
changed on this PC I can see the last commit shown in bold, and on
some of them it shows that there are later changes made remotely. For
files not changed on this PC there is no bold emphasis, so I cannot
tell where the revision the file is updated to sits in the list shown.
I suspect the test is highlighting the log message when (FileUpdateRev
== LogMessageRev). However, the revision the file is updated to may
not be one where a commit was made, so the check should be something
like (FileUpdateRev >= LogMessageRev && (FileUpdateRev <
NextLogMessageRev || ThereIsNoNextLogMessage))

How do you like the bizarre pseudo code ;-)

Simon

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