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Re: [TSVN] Another refactoring opportunity?

From: Will Dean <svn_at_indcomp.co.uk>
Date: 2005-01-04 20:48:22 CET

At 19:29 04/01/2005 +0100, you wrote:

>I wondered about that too. But I did that exactly as it was mentioned in
>the MSDN docs. When I once tried to step throught the code, the breakpoint
>was never hit no matter what I tried. But I thought that there must be a
>use for it - I just haven't found it yet. Otherwise the MSDN wouldn't tell
>us to do it that way?

Well, Microsoft's attention is always moving forward, and I don't think
they really spare much of a thought for those of us still in the real MFC
world, certainly not to the extent of making sure that old but non-damaging
information is all updated.

I'm not even sure if all OS versions work the same way, but if you want to
see your breakpoint hit on XP, you'll need to kill explorer and then
minimise the window, so that it minimises onto the desktop.

I'll slightly tweak my template, and then roll it out a bit more. (The
CString -> CTSVNPath conversion is starting to bore me!)



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