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

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-30 12:33:44 CEST

"SteveKing" 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.
> > their limit was not 80 but 76. They would have to modify the props of
> > 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.

OK, that's a good solution. I will include that info. I will also check if
the Issue tracking description mentions it.

> > Other issues:
> > The default size of the commit log window is < 80 characters, and you
> > see the line at all.
> Then that's not a big problem.

It is a problem, because of word wrap.

> > 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
> > 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.

Created at design time or at run time? If it is at run time, then a registry
setting (maybe with checkbox in the settings dialog after resource thaw)
could be used.

If word wrap can't be fixed easily then I will put a warning in the docs.


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