"Redirecting output to win32trace remote collector"

John Reimer terminal.node at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 06:00:11 PDT 2008

On Mon, 07 Apr 2008 14:36:56 +0900, Bill Baxter wrote:

> John Reimer wrote:
>> On Mon, 07 Apr 2008 11:45:41 +0900, Bill Baxter wrote:
>>> Frank Benoit wrote:
>>>> Bill Baxter schrieb:
>>>>> I've just realized that it happens when a FileDialog is opened up.
>>>>> Snippet288 opens one immediately, so that's why I see it there.
>>>>> Don't know if that info helps at all or not.  I googled for the
>>>>> phrase and all the hits seem to be about python programming.
>>>>> --bb
>>>> Yes, now i see it also.
>>>> I tried the java swt controlexample. And the output is there also. So
>>>> its at least no porting bug.
>>>> I found this:
>>>> http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?
>> thread_name=A46CBF978138744AAC019E6FF055EAB70F30AE%
>> 40apatlelsmail08.elsys.gtri.org&forum_name=tortoisehg-develop
>>>> This makes sense, i have tortoisehg installed.
>>> Ah, ok.  I have tortiosehg on the machine I'm on now, but not on the
>>> machine I was using last night.  So that explains why I wasn't seeing
>>> it yesterday.
>>> Maybe I'll just uninstall torioiseHg.  I found it quite confusing
>>> anyway, and haven't really been it.  It's not quite up to the level of
>>> usability of its SVN cousin yet.
>>> --bb
>> I just use the command-line svn and it seems easy enough to use.
> Yeh I think the command-line hg is less confusing than the gui one
> currently.
> But I do like the Tortiose version of SVN.  Really I could do without
> the shell integration, but the check-in gui and revision log gui are
> nice.
> --bb

Er... yes, I guess the discussion was about Hg.  I use the commandline 
version of that too. :)  But Hg seems to come with a good gui revison log 
system, and it's quite nice to use.

I haven't used TortioseSVN for awhile so I guess I don't have an 
opinion. :)


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