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Re: Small bug in post-commit dialog

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-21 18:37:42 CEST

Chris wrote:
> Tobias Schäfer <tobiasschaefer <at> gmx.de> writes:
>> On Tuesday 19 September 2006 03:59, Chris wrote:
>>> When committing a file, the dialog box comes up with the following:
>>> Modified dev\project\file.txt
>>> Sending content dev\project\file.txt
>>> Completed At revision: 10
>>> For long paths it seems to truncate the initial path of
>>> c:\dev\project\file.txt back to dev\project\file.txt
>>> If i right click on the modified file and select the open option, i will
>>> get a "path not found" option.
>>> It seems (I'm assuming) that the path being passed to the application is
>>> sending the truncated path and not the full path.
>>> Can someone confirm this?
>> Yes, but only with "open with" and not with "open" and only with xplorer²
>> instead of the standard windows explorer.
>> Can you post a simple scenario in which this happens with the windows
>> explorer or are also using a different file manager?
>> Tobias
> I double checked this using windows explorer and it worked correctly. I was
> using the HomeSite v5 directory tree to commit from.
> Is there any reason why there is a difference?

You have to ask Adobe about that.

> Does there need to be a resolve-full directory name to work in 3rd party file
> managers?

Sorry, but no. We just can't implement workarounds for every known
application out there. If applications mimic the behavior of the
explorer, then they're responsible for doing it right.


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