[TxMt] Minor SVN bundle annoyance

Jeremy Wilkins jeremy at ibexinternet.co.uk
Mon Nov 19 10:54:41 UTC 2007

While we're asking questions on commitwindow.app - how do you tell it  
the status of various files, eg

CommitWindow.app/Contents/MacOS/CommitWindow fileA.txt dir1/fileB.txt

Will show those files in the commit window, and I can parse the  
output but I've not figure out how to tell commitwindow the status of  
the files I want it to show?


On 17 Nov 2007, at 08:48, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 16 Nov 2007, at 17:16, Rick DeNatale wrote:
>> [...]
>> When I tried to commit, it failed complaining about mixed line  
>> endings
>> (paraphrasing from memory).
> Never heard of such error before. Would that be the commit message  
> itself that had the mixed line endings?
>> [...]
>> I tried to figure out how to patch this, but I think that this is all
>> handled within the internal CommitWindow.app which I can't (or don't
>> know how to) look at.
> The source for the CommitWindow is here: http://macromates.com/svn/ 
> Bundles/trunk/Tools/CommitWindowProject/
> The Ruby script which uses the CommitWindow is here: http:// 
> macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk/Bundles/Subversion.tmbundle/ 
> Support/svn_commit.rb
> I wonder though if actually this is not more suitable for http:// 
> bugreport.apple.com -- although NSTextView can handle mixed line  
> endings, I don’t think reading stuff from the clipboard should ever  
> result in anything but LF. Maybe though you got RTF on the  
> clipboard, and NSTextView inserted that, and this doesn’t fulfill  
> that…
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