"On Linux, Putty Log is not WYSIWYG like the screen?"

Post #302802243 by hicksd8 on Friday 3rd of May 2013 06:59:36 AM

I don't know the answer about Putty directly but it looks like the log output from SuSe and RedHat is <space> delimited and the output from Solaris is <tab> delimited.

I might be wrong but having worked on Unix systems for many years, that's just my guess.

Anybody know whether this is a Putty configurable option?
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SVK::Log::ChangedPaths - partly lazy list of SVK::Log::ChangedPath objects SYNOPSIS
use SVK::Log::ChangedPaths; my $changed_paths = SVK::Log::ChangedPaths->new( $root ); for my $changed_path ( $changed_paths->paths() ) { ... } DESCRIPTION
An object of this class represents a collection of details about the files/directories that were changed in a particular revision. Some log filters want access to information about which paths were affected during a certain revision and others don't. Using this object allows the calculation of path details to be postponed until it's truly needed. METHODS
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