On 10-Aug-05, at 4:31 PM, Mark Phippard wrote:
> Scott Palmer <email@example.com> wrote on 08/10/2005
>> On 10-Aug-05, at 4:11 PM, Mark Phippard wrote:
>>> Where you are doing a compare with a repository revision that is
>>> essentially what is happening, yet it exhibits the same problem.
>> Actually, not it doesn't. Only compare with LATEST exhibits the same
>> problem. If I choose an earlier revision it works.
> I thought I was comparing something in the repos the other day and saw
> this. That is what made me think my previous idea would not work.
> you sure that the repos revision you compared too wasn't before you
> the property or something like that?
Yes, I just double checked. If I pick the head revision it thinks
every single line has changed, except the last line, which in this
case happens to not have a newline character of any sort. If I go
back one revision (essentially -rPREV) I get a nice diff showing me a
small change. Both have the eol-style as native.
Received on Thu Aug 11 07:15:56 2005