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Re: Problem with Log / "Stop on copy/rename"

From: <ckoegler_at_e-technik.htwk-leipzig.de>
Date: 2006-09-11 20:56:38 CEST


> If you see the copyfrom information, then I don't know why unchecking
> "stop on copy/rename" wouldn't show you the log messages past the copy.
> It works for me on my test repositories quite fine.
Sorry, my description was wrong. See below.
> Maybe you can give me read access to your repo so I can try to reproduce
> the problem with your repo? Just tell me which path you show the log for
> (I promise I won't look at the data...)
I have sent the login data to your E-Mail-address

Problem No1:
I open the log dialog of a file, that was added in rev 2 and moved in rev 3.
The Checkbox "Stop on copy/rename is not checked.
When I hit "Next 100" error message "Unable to find repository location
for .....filename in revision 1" is popping up.
Ok, there are no more 100 revisions for that file, I should have known,
but I think there should be an message "All log entries already shown", or
the button "Next 100" should be disabled.

Problem No2:
Same situation. Log Dialog of same file opened with checkbox not checked.
All log entries are shown. (Rev. 3 and Rev. 2). I check "Stop on
copy/rename" and entry 2 (Rev.2) disappears. Text "For complete history
deselect ".."" is shown below rev. 3. Next I hit "Next 100". Rev.2 ist
back. But the Text "For complete history...." is still shown. This is
wrong, because there are no more log entries for that file (It was added
in Rev. 2)

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