#607 source code messed up

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2008-01-07
2008-01-07
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I tried to update my nedit source code with the ones in the CVS this morning. I found that some bug fixes have not been merged.

It seems that (AT LEAST) not all the developpers were/are working on the reasonably same source codes.

This will definetly mess up nedit!!!

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  • Scott Tringali

    Scott Tringali - 2008-01-07

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    Care to add a little detail here, on what you did? I'm able to compile from CVS just fine on multiple platforms.

     
  • Scott Tringali

    Scott Tringali - 2008-01-07
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    for example:

    [nedit-Bugs-1525074 ] cursor hangup with continuous wrap, which Joerg Fischer gave a fix but unfortunately this is not included in the lasted source code.

    and a one related with regular expressions, but I forget who gave the fix.

     
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    and somebody gave a more correct macro for "make C/C++ Prototypes", which should be used as the default.

     
  • Scott Tringali

    Scott Tringali - 2008-01-07

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    Too general to be useful. We'll re-open the appropriate bugs as needed.

     
  • Scott Tringali

    Scott Tringali - 2008-01-07
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  • Thorsten Haude

    Thorsten Haude - 2008-01-07

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    - The code is not "messed up" only because some fixes are not implemented.
    - We have two different fixes for #1525074, and one of the authors "came to a different conclusion about what's actually wrong and how to fix it" after he wrote the fix. So give it some time, We'd rather be right than quick.
    - Anything else, please make comments in the respective bug tracker.

     

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