On Tue, 2009-01-13 at 11:44 -0500, C. Michael Pilato wrote:
> Julian Foad wrote:
> > On Tue, 2009-01-13 at 10:09 -0500, C. Michael Pilato wrote:
> >> Julian Foad wrote:
> >>>> The existing code currently uses "-L" switches to pass labels into the
> >>>> external diff3 and external diff tools. I don't think those labels have
> >>>> relative path information, but I doubt we really want them to.
> >>> I see C-Mike Pilato made an improvement yesterday to put make the
> >>> temporary file names reflect the real file name, so hopefully that's
> >>> made the situation better. I haven't looked at it yet.
> >> I just tested this, and I think the change I made yesterday *does* help
> >> this. I tested the (l)aunch option just now with Emacs as the "tool", and I
> >> got a filename like <name-of-file>.tmp in Emacs. Is that the kind of
> >> improvement folks were looking for?
> > Mike, that's great.
> > There may be an unintended change though: I noticed that the working
> > file is now left as a zero-bytes file if the diff3 tool doesn't save a
> > result file  and then you choose "postpone" at the prompt. :-(
> >  (Maybe it's supposed to? mine's kdiff3 and doesn't if I quit it
> > without saving.)
> Er ... my change did nothing but tweak the tempfile path generation logic.
> I don't see how that could have any negative side-effect unless we're
> (wrongly) banking on filenames of a particular format elsewhere in the code.
Maybe I'm mistaken in my expectations or my usage (not unlikely), or
maybe some other change is responsible...
Received on 2009-01-13 17:56:30 CET