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RE: [TSVN] TBlame

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2004-09-06 11:07:22 CEST

Stefan wrote:

> That's not because the file didn't exist in revision 1, but
> because in the beginning of the file it was in UNICODE which
> Subversion treats as binary. And binary files can't be
> "blamed". Later then, I converted the file from UNICODE to
> UTF8, which _can_ be diffed and blamed in Subversion.
Is there anything that can be done about this, like:

A) Immediately show a message: "File %foo in revision %bar cannot be
annotated because ist binary" instead of going through all the revisons (at
least that's what it looks like) and then fail without giing a proper
Grmbl *$§%! automatic spelling correction sucks! It always makes 'ist' from

B) while going through all the revisions, start annotating when blame finds
a format that can be "blamed". Does this make sense at all?

> Can't do much about that. The progress dialog can't really be
> resized by the program using it. So you should consider using
> another translation for that string.
Considering....Done :-)


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