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Re: [TSVN] Re: Re: TBlame

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-09-06 21:43:36 CEST

Simon Large wrote:

>>Searching the file contents would be easy to implement. But searching of
>>the infos would be harder to do. First, how do you suggest the found
>>string should be shown? There's no cursor in the info view. Second, from
>>where should the search start? Always from the top?
> Is there a cursor in TMerge? It just moves the line to window centre? And
> the search could be a find/find next type which is fairly common.

The problem is:
the left info view is completely independent of the source view. The
info view is my own creation, while the source view is a scintilla
control. The scintilla control has a search/find funtion already
implemented - all I'd have to do is to activate it and reroute the
windows messages to the showing find dialog.
But the left view doesn't have such a find dialog implemented. And a
search would have to be done line-wise, by fetching the strings from the
info view and then from the source view. Otherwise the find function
would first search the info view from top to bottom and then the source
view from top to bottom. And that's not what users expect.

> I have Microsoft C6.00A (16 bit) :-(

You could download the new VS.NET2005 Express tools. They're still in
BETA and therefore free. And since the express tools don't have e.g. MFC
and ATL shipped with, they won't cost much once they get out of beta
(according to MS, less than 100$).
Also, there's the free VC compiler from MS which you could download.


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