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

From: tdkim <tdkim_at_unimo.co.kr>
Date: 2004-10-05 05:56:43 CEST

thanks for your fast return.

>>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?
yes. I always restart 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?
yes. my blamefile is the correct.

>
>> but my blamefile dose not the author field.
>> I don't know why.
>
>Stefan
>
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> ___
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I captured the string in CBlame::BlameCallback.
     0 99 2004-01-13 $?6:41:22 fly1004 #include "main.h"

blamefile format
     0 99 2004-01-13 #include "main.h"

the captured string has author field and long time string( "2004-01-13 $?6:41:22")
but blamefile doesn't author and short time format( "year-month-day" )

so I guess that the problem is the character set on time format.( ex. AM, PM..)
when blamefile is saved, the original string is trimed at time format and author field.

I tested for three PC(korean W2K sp4, korean W2003..)
there are the same problem.
Received on Tue Oct 5 14:06:13 2004

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