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Re: [TSVN] Re: Some work for the doc writers

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-09-30 12:21:04 CEST

Simon Large wrote:

> Just started on writing this up for the manual, but I see a possible
> problem. Fine for new projects, but this came up with Subversion. Suppose
> their limit was not 80 but 76. They would have to modify the props of every
> single folder and sub-folder in the repository.

Not really. The props are read from the folder you select for
committing. But if the props aren't found there, TSVN will search up in
the folder tree to find them until a non versioned folder is found or
the tree root (e.g. c:\) is found.

> On the other hand, I can see why it should be project-specific, because you
> want clients to pick up the rules from the repo and not rely on them setting
> their own. Difficult choice.

Not just for that. Each project may want to set this to a value which
isn't used in other projects.

> It is probably a non-issue really. The main reason to pick 80 chars is to
> make the log info fit the SVN cli output layout which is based on an 80 char
> terminal. So no-one will ever use a value other than 80 anyway. Maybe.

Maybe ;)

> But the same 'change every folder' problem would also apply to issue
> tracking. Is there a way to set properties on folders recursively without
> also setting it on all the files?

Currently not. I'm still trying to find a way to implement this without
too much work...

> Other issues:
> The default size of the commit log window is < 80 characters, and you can't
> see the line at all.

Then that's not a big problem.

> The autowrap can deceive you. In particular, if the window is just > 80
> chars, any long word at the end of a line will wrap and appear to be obeying
> the line length rules. Maybe there should be an option to switch off
> autowrap on this window.

Good point.
There's just one little problem: once an edit control is created, it's
not possible to change the 'word wrap' anymore.

> The line does not appear immediately. And it gets wiped for a few seconds
> when you type. Is it on a refresh timer?

Yes, it's on a timer. The edit control is a little bit of a beast and
can't be customized easy. For example, you can't override it's drawing
function.

Stefan

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Received on Thu Sep 30 13:29:58 2004

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