2.5 image/changes problem
Jarvis, Robert P.
Jarvisb at timken.com
Wed Oct 13 14:15:33 UTC 1999
You probably downloaded the file as text instead of as a binary file, and
your download program helpfully converted the linefeeds to CR/LF pairs.
I've heard Netscape has a tendency to do this. Try pulling a fresh copy of
the changes file, making sure you specify that you want a binary download.
I hope this helps.
The Timken Company
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christian Langreiter [SMTP:c.langreiter at tirol.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 1999 11:03 AM
> To: squeak at cs.uiuc.edu
> Subject: Re: 2.5 image/changes problem
> Michael Donegan wrote:
> > I downloaded a fresh copy of 2.5 and the browser seems to be having
> > problems with offsets into the changes file. Many of the methods have
> > initial text truncated. A look at the changes file doesn't reveal much,
> > it is pretty large.
> > So, for example, when I browse Collection#anyOne, I see the following:
> > >epresentative sample of an element, can be very helpful
> > > when needing to preinfer the nature of the contents of
> > > semi-homogeneous collections"
> > > self do: [:each | ^ each].
> > > ^ self errorEmptyCollection
> > I haven't been reading the list religiously, so I'm sorry if this has
> > covered many times before.
> > mkd
> I've got exactly the same problem with 2.5 on Win95. Interestingly by far
> every method is concerned, so I didn't notice immediately. I never had
> problem with any previous version, though.
> Regards, Chris
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