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Re: More blame observations

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 14 May 2011 16:59:45 +0200

On 12.05.2011 21:57, Simon Large wrote:
> 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.

Ok, done.

> 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?

The merge info returned by the svn lib is sometimes not very intuitive.
What I noticed is that if you merge changes, then modify another line on
the branch before you commit that merge, that line gets a merged
path/url from the merge, but the merge revision isn't set.

Not sure what's happening in your case though. Maybe you should ask on
the svn list for a detailed explanation.


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