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Re: [TSVN] I have the problem in TortoiseBlame.

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-10-04 18:11:05 CEST

tdkim wrote:
> I have the problem in TortoiseBlame.
> My system is
> OS : Win2K SP4 korean
> TSVN : 1.1.0, Build 1769

First question: did you restart your computer after upgrading?

> When I do TortoiseBlame,
> I have blamefile in the system temp directory.

That's strange. On Win2k, that blamefile should be located in your users
temp directory, not the system temp directory! Did you change some
settings of your Windows?

> but my blamefile dose not the author field.
> I don't know why.

Me neither ;)
No seriously: the author _should_ be written to the file, even if the
author string is empty. The code where this is done:
Blame.cpp, line 47:
        fullline.Format(_T("%6ld %6ld %20s %-30s "), linenumber, revision,
date, author);

>>>my blamefile.
> line rev date author content
> 0 99 2004-01-13 #include "main.h"
> 1 470 2004-03-23 #include "power.h"
> 2 470 2004-03-23 #include "interrupt.h"
> 3 470 2004-03-23 #include "serial.h"
> ...
> <<
> so I can't the correct output in the TortoiseBlame windows.

Does it show the contents correctly when you set the option to use the
default text viewer to show the blame (in the blame dialog)?

> I found the problem in the TortoiseBlame::OpenFile function.
>>>revision : 1775

You've quoted here the contents of the OpenFile function. But where's
the problem you've found? I can't see anything wrong there.


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