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Re: [TSVN] New lines in "log message history" drop-down

From: Ivan-Assen Ivanov <ivanassen_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-29 13:21:01 CET

> Recently I noticed that the new lines in the log messages are
> displayed in the "log messages history" drop-down as a couple
> (probably because they are actually 2 characters in DOS) of squares.
> Of course they can't be rendered as new lines but squares? Is that
> normal?

It is normal for characters with no graphic representation to be
rendered by Windows with some "default characters" which for some
fonts is a little square. So, unless TSVN explicitly removes them, it
would be normal for two squares to appear in place of the CR/LF

I would leave just the first line to serve as a reminder.

Here's a related bug: TSVN doesn't keep the previous log messages (or
just when you type something, then click cancel) with arbitrary length
- it cuts them off. So if you type a really long commit log, then the
commit fails, or you click cancel, next time you open the Commit
window and select it from the combobox, it's cut off.

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