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[TSVN] Re: Re: Re: TBlame

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-06 22:32:38 CEST

"SteveKing" wrote:
> 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

Ah, I wondered where the syntax highlighting came from. Is that
configurable?

> 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 was not thinking of searching simultaneously in info and source. At any
one time you might want to search source for a particular bit of code, OR
you might want to look for all changes in rev N, OR you might want to look
for a particular author to see which bits they changed. So in that respect
it is not exactly like using a text editor to search the text file. Hmmm ...
that's 3 different search tools. But it is all extra work, and it is only a
maybe-nice-to-have-one-day sort of feature.

> Also, there's the free VC compiler from MS which you could download.

The words 'free' and 'Microsoft' don't normally appear together in the same
universe ;-)
I will have to go have a look - bet it's a 10GB download though.

Simon.

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