--- "Bouwens, Jeroen" <jeroen.bouwens@...> wrote:
> >By default Codestriker topic will show not show the entire file unless you ask for you.
> Yes, but in the screenshots on the website the topic does show some part of the code surrounding
> a change. In my case, all I get to see are the lines that actually changed, and that's it.
When you make a topic from cvs, or a plain text file you can specify how much "context" is in the
diff file. That context is shown in the topic. You may be able to find the same kind of option in
> > I assume you are opening up the topic, and pressing the "parallel" button.
> Yes, that is correct. When I press "parallel", a new window opens which shows the line-numbering
> of a sizable part of the file under review. Only the changed lines are shown, even though there
> is line-numbering for the surrounding code (In my example, the change is 7 lines, and I see
> line-numbers for lines 1-233)
> > Are you sure the retrieve function is not being called?
> Who knows. I placed a "print STDERR some message" at the top of the
> ClearCaseSnapshot::retrieve() function, and the message never shows up in the apache log. Other
> similar messages I sprinkled around the code do show up in the log.
Well, it sounds like it does not know you are using a clearcase repository. How is the repository
configured, and how are you making the topic?
> >The function makes an effort to collect any error message and dump it into the window.
> Nothing shows up in the error log.
> Would it help if I provide some screenshots?
Create topic screen shot, and the repository part of your config file please.
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