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Re: Bug: Commit dialog & tsvn:minlogsize

From: Jonathan Paton <unique-f54haq34_at_jpaton.com>
Date: Sun, 14 Jun 2009 13:31:26 +0100

> As I already mentioned, I can't reproduce this here with the latest version.
> * is your log message just equal to the logminsize or much longer?
> * do you have changelists shown?
> * do you have files selected for the commit? Are they still selected
> when the dialog reappears?
> * what are your bugtraq: properties set to (if they exist)?
> If you know of another setting/option you have which you think might be
> important here, please tell that too.
> Stefan


As a software engineer myself I appreciate how frustrating it can be to
identify problems from user's bug reports. The answers to your questions

1. The log message is longer than the “svn:logminsize” value of 20
characters but not significantly so.

2. No. TortoiseSVN is being used under Windows 2000 so the changelist
feature is not available..

3. Yes. The files are still selected when the dialog reappears.

4. I am not using any “bugtraq:” properties because embarrassingly we
don't have a bug tracker.

After a reboot due to a Windows update I could no longer reproduce this
problem myself. But before that happened I tested enough to know that:

A. Changing the log message caused the OK to be enabled. [Corresponding
to CCommitDlg::OnEnChangeLogmessage()].

B. After toggling any of the checkboxes in the status list caused the OK
button to be enabled. [Corresponding to

C. On exit from the history dialog the OK button was enabled.
[Corresponding to CCommitDlg::OnBnClickedHistory()].

At the moment I am not expecting any more assistance. I will let you
know if I have more information or if I discover the cause by looking at
the source code.


Jonathan Paton


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