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#100 tkcvs -log/blame doesn't work when not in CVS directory

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nobody
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2011-09-10
2009-10-19
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if you run tkcvs -log/-blame, it tries to get CVS root from current directory, not from the directory where the file resides (so you'll receive an error "File doesn't seem to be in CVS, SVN, or RCS"). TkDiff and plain cvs client have no problem in the same situation.

The patch fixes this (and another typo that lives nearby).

Discussion

  • DorothyR

    DorothyR - 2009-11-28

    I fixed it a different way :-) I just have Tk cd to the file's directory. That way it'll work for Subversion too. It's too complicated to get SVN to work the other way.

     
  • DorothyR

    DorothyR - 2009-11-28
    • status: open --> pending-fixed
     
  • Maxim Yanchenko

    Maxim Yanchenko - 2009-11-29

    Whatever works :)
    Btw, there are two more fixes for questionable code in line 412 and 431:
    \"$lcfile"\ I believe it should be \"$lcfile\"

     
  • Maxim Yanchenko

    Maxim Yanchenko - 2009-11-29
    • status: pending-fixed --> open-fixed
     
  • DorothyR

    DorothyR - 2011-09-10
    • status: open-fixed --> closed-fixed
     

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