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Re: Small bug in post-commit dialog

From: Stefan K√ľng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-22 18:39:17 CEST

Chris wrote:
> Stefan K√ľng <tortoisesvn <at> gmail.com> writes:
>>> 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.
>> Stefan
> I don't expect a fix for a specific application to be implemented, but if a
> generic fix can be worked in that fixes many 3rd party applications, then surely
> there isn't a problem with that?
> I did some further testing.
> Check for modifications - opens correctly.
> Update dialog (Delete file and then restore it with update) - opens correctly
> Get lock - opens correctly
> Create patch - opens correctly
> Revert - opens correctly
> Post commit screen - fails to display correct path or open.
> Is there a process that is different, as it works on all other areas i can find
> except the post-commit dialog?

Well, I can't really say what HomeSite does different, because I don't
have the code or even HomeSite to test with.
But you can create the registry key (DWORD)
and set its value to something different than zero (e.g. 1).

Then TSVN will show a dialog every time it start up, showing the exact
command line it was started with. Maybe you can find a difference with that.


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