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More blame observations

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 12 May 2011 20:57:03 +0100

Hi Stefan,

I notice that when formatting the revision numbers for a text-mode
blame you use %6d. The Apache repository is now in 7 digits. I would
suggest %8d as a safer width.

In TBlame, merged lines are shown in italics (I remember this was
discussed some time ago) but it doesn't show up very clearly as being
different, at least not on my Win7 laptop. Is there any other way of
marking those lines? Maybe a * between revision and author.

In one file I just blamed there are 2 different paths shown (view
merge paths). Where lines were merged then it shows the merge source.
But the non-merged lines are a real mixture. I think that is because I
created the file using an SVN copy, so it shows the original path for
lines which were not changed since the copy took place. Correct? If so
then it is not just showing the merge path but the path where that
line last changed. Is that information only available when you get the
full merge info?


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