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Re: Annotate from log view doesn't work the first time

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-05 22:24:42 CEST

Lübbe Onken wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
> You wrote:
>>> Steps to reproduce with r9105:
>>> 1) Select a file -> show log
>>> 2) Select a revision in the top pane
>>> 3) Right-click on a file in the bottom pane and select 'annotate' ->
>>> you will get a 'Path is not a working copy' error after selecting
>>> the revision range 4) Select 'show diffs' -> works
>>> 5) Select 'annotate' -> works
>>> Looks like a little initialization error to me :)
>> Strange. I can't reproduce the problem. I always get the blame dialog
>> (where to select the revision range for the blame), then TortoiseBlame
>> is started correctly.
>> Do you have some more information about this which might help?
> Strange. It works every time for me. No more information available.
> - Do you have r9105 installed?
> - In step 3 Did you select 'Blame' not 'Blame differences'?
> - Don't do anything else before you select blame!
> - If you do anything else, like 'open' or 'open with', blame will work
> afterwards. It's a 'first time' problem.

I tried with file:/// access (hey, it's faster for testing). And with
that, the effect you described doesn't happen. But I could finally
reproduce it with http:// access.

Fixed in revision 9138.


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