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Mon, 20 Oct 2008 15:10:10 -0700 (PDT)
Karl Chen <address@hidden> writes:
> >>>>> On 2008-10-20 11:19 PDT, Dan Nicolaescu writes:
> Dan> Karl Chen <address@hidden> writes:
> >> visiting a git-versioned file, when I do `vc-print-log',
> >> point always moves to the end of the buffer instead of the
> >> beginning.
> Dan> It's hard to say what problem you are trying to report.
> Dan> Can you please try again with a step by step description
> Dan> of what you are doing, what are the results you are
> Dan> getting and what are the expected results. Please start
> Dan> from emacs -Q Please use emacs from CVS HEAD. It's
> Dan> unlikely that another release will be made from the 22.x
> Dan> branch.
> git init
> date > f1 ; git add *; git commit -m commit1
> date >> f1 ; git add *; git commit -m commit2
> emacs -Q f1
> C-x C-v l
I assume this is: C-x v l
> ; point moves to the end of the *vc-change-log* buffer instead of
> ; the beginning.
It moves to the beginning for me. What version of emacs are you using?
> As I said, if you undo the latest commit to vc-git.el, that fixes
> it, but I suggest this replacement altogether.
> (defun vc-git-show-log-entry (rev)
> (log-view-goto-rev (vc-git-rev-parse rev)))
Not sure if adding yet another git invocation here is a good idea.
Please run your change by Alexandre Julliard.