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SV: Re: Blame age color

From: Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>
Date: 2007-05-24 10:26:46 CEST

>> When I look at the code it seems to me as the color would suppose to
>> fade linearly from the new color to the old color depending
>> of the age of the line. But on the nightly that I'm running there is
>> such fading present.
> You can try this on the src/changelog.txt file in the TSVN repository:

> you will see the fading colors quite clear.

Yes! It works fine on that file. My file still misbehaves though...

I'm attaching a screenshot (compressed for confidentiality) showing the

I have configured TBlame to have pure red as the new color and pure
white as old color to provide maximum visibility.

The highest visible revision in the file is 3966 and the lowest is 949.

Look at the screenshot. Line 62 for example with revision 3609 should
clearly not be pure white.

I played around a little by blaming "backwards" in time and checking the
result. For this file it seems like all lines that are within about
~1000 revisions from the maximum revision will be colored. The ones
below it will not be colored. Strange!


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Received on Thu May 24 10:26:58 2007

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