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Re: First experience using own baton

From: Oto BREZINA <otik_at_printflow.eu>
Date: Wed, 05 Sep 2012 22:25:47 +0200

On 2012-09-05 21:54, Stefan Küng wrote:
> On 05.09.2012 00:31, Oto BREZINA wrote:
>> On 2012-09-04 22:31, Stefan Küng wrote:
>>> I just noticed (build from saturday) that there's a serious problem
>>> with editing: when saving edits and reloading, the diff is sometimes
>>> completely different, i.e. it does not save what you've edited but
>>> something else. You can see that if you have "compare whitespaces"
>>> enabled. Stefan
>> I have "compare whitespaces" selected, and "ignore line endings
>> (recomended)" checked.
>> I tried with, but except switching between CR and LF line ending (fixed
>> in r23264) I did not spot anything ... Any specific encoding? Specific
>> change?
> Something is very weird here.
> Using the build from saturday I get completely wrong diffs, even though
> the two files I'm diffing only have one line changed, the diff shows
> various lines changed. Actually, those lines appear to have moved. As if
> in various places two lines are exchanged.
> Which means it's not a problem of saving edits.
> But with a current build, this doesn't happen.
> I'll keep monitoring this, maybe I can find out why that happened. But
> since it's ok with a current build I guess this is fixed.
Do you know revision of that build? I can check if there was something ...
> However, with a current build I get empty lines for ^W chars which are
> used in the svn lib as page separators.
Any file I can check? add.c ? There is lot of empty lines surrounding
> maybe we should not treat those as EOLs? Or maybe instead of drawing
> those as empty lines with a diagonal arrow EOL symbol, draw a horizontal
> line over the whole screen, indicating a page break?
I can be good to switch that of for some users ...

Diagonal arrow is just "other eol" and should be replaced to better
interpretation once somebody finds what those symbols for all eols
should be.

What other editors do with that?
What should be shown if there is "normal" EOL just before FF(is it FF we
talk about, correct? x0c) and what if there is no EOL?
Horizontal line just under text line with FF sounds good to me.

I'm in Poland and hotel have some minor issue with power socket, so I'm
out of battery in few minutes ... I'll study and test tomorrow.

> Stefan

Oto ot(ik) BREZINA
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