Simon Large wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
> The highlighting of the current revision doesn't seem to work
> reliably. I have a working copy which is not completely up to date as
> I did some more commits from another PC. For those files that I
> changed on this PC I can see the last commit shown in bold, and on
> some of them it shows that there are later changes made remotely. For
> files not changed on this PC there is no bold emphasis, so I cannot
> tell where the revision the file is updated to sits in the list shown.
> I suspect the test is highlighting the log message when (FileUpdateRev
> == LogMessageRev). However, the revision the file is updated to may
> not be one where a commit was made, so the check should be something
> like (FileUpdateRev >= LogMessageRev && (FileUpdateRev <
> NextLogMessageRev || ThereIsNoNextLogMessage))
The revision used was the revision the item was last updated to. If you
ran an update, that revision is (for a file) usually much higher than
its last committed revision - and that's the revision in the log dialog
that's shown usually on top for a file.
I've changed it now to use the last committed revision, which makes it
work more to what you expect.
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Received on 2008-10-25 14:50:09 CEST