On 21 Aug 2009, at 17:13, Jay Soffian wrote:
On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 9:43 AM, Allan Odgaard<firstname.lastname@example.org
wrote: On 18 Aug 2009, at 21:46, J W-d wrote:
[...] Line 26 reads: __version__ = "$Revision$"
When it should read: __version__ = "$Revision 11734 $"
The revision is put into that line by svn if you cat/export/checkout the file.
I see however that the git mirror does not have this revision, so I am assuming you updated the bundle from git (maybe via GetBundles). We’ll need to address that (I didn’t know about it until now).
[...] Though I must say... What's the use of the revision, exactly?? It seems that it has only served to break the script and not much else. :)
The idea with the revision is that when a user reports that “I used ⌃⇧V and it gives me this error” we can ask the user what revision of the script he has, so we can see if it has since been fixed :)
Ugh, I can fix this, but:
a) I need to pull up your message on how write access to the bundles work, since it's been a while since I touched anything (or I may just send a patch to the list...)
Write bundles(at)textmate dot org for stuff related to svn access.
b) I'm not sure what the best alternative is for the svn tag, it may just be burning a revision into the source file on checkin and remembering to update it manually on each commit. :-(
I am not sure what a good fix is either, and this command is not the only one which use svn keywords. I sort of feel this should be fixed in the “script” that does the git mirroring, so if I were you, I’d leave it up to me to find a more universal fix for this problem.