3.9-7061 showstopper bug - Mantis #5231
denker at iam.unibe.ch
Fri Oct 13 07:21:27 UTC 2006
On 13.10.2006, at 01:38, tim Rowledge wrote:
> I consider this to be a showstopper:-
> open a workspace
> type in some random stuff
> add a line
> and print it on the '3+4'
> Now use menu->changes->recent log file... to see what got put in
> the changes log.
> Whoops! Everything in the workspace up to the code printit'd is
> If you put some evaluable in the middle of the workspace and
> printit, again you get everything up to the printit.
> We can't let this go out for general use - it will fill the changes
> log much faster than anyone could ever expect and would completely
> break the logic of recovering your state by executing the recent
> changes file since many things would get repeated repeatedly. Not
> to mention, the entire text in the recovered file up to the chunk
> being evaluated would get logged *again*.
This does not seem to be 3.9 specific, as there was a fix for that in
I did not merge 3 of 150 changesets, and this is one of those:
Change Set: twoFixes-sw
Date: 12 November 2005
Author: Scott Wallace
Fixes the bug that logged the entire contents of a text pane up
through the end of the current selection, rather than only the
current selection, when logging a do-it to the changes.
If this is in 3.8, too, then by definition it is not a show stopping
bug. (As the show was not stopped with 3.8). So this would need to be
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