#378 Source Control looks for M$VisualSourceSafeImpl

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nobody
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2004-09-10
2004-09-10
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Source Control Plugin downloaded from Plugin Manager
9th Sept 2004 from 4.2Final; windows 2000

Presents "M$ Visual Source Safe"

in Plugin Options-> Source Control -> General -> Source
Control System

and when selected shows an error pop up:

class not found:
com.sgbarlow.sourcecontrol.M$VisualSourceSafeImpl

should of course read MS Visual Source Safe, and look
for class MSVisualSourceSafeImpl

Discussion

  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    This has to do with the properties page. The name in the
    properties is "M$ Visual Source Safe", and should be changed
    to "MS Visual Source Safe".

    This also applies to the "M$ Source Offsite" option.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    This has to do with the properties page. The name in the
    properties is "M$ Visual Source Safe", and should be changed
    to "MS Visual Source Safe".

    This also applies to the "M$ Source Offsite" option.

     
  • Dennis E. Hamilton

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    user_id=4537

    This bug remain in the 0.6 (non-beta) distribution. It
    was added some time after 0.51, which worked properly.

    It is the case that the Help for the plug-in has been
    modified to use M$ and this childish action was
    perpetuated into the pull-down menu for selecting the
    Source Code Control protocol to use.

    In the Jar, the correct name is MSVisualSourceSafeImpl,
    but the program is looking for M$VisualSOurceSafeImpl.

    I would be happy to fix this. WHere is the properties
    page that is referred to?

     

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