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Dávid Smatana
@dsmatana
but that's another topic ..thanks for your time
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
No problem
MartinKoralek
@MartinKoralek
Is there a way, how to send a commit with a multiline message? Now it's just a wall of text
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
If you use the message box in the SCM view then you cant just press enter. If you are using the dropdown then currently no. VS Code doesnt allow multi line messages in that box
Yan Pashkovsky
@Yanpas
High guys! See you working hard last time on bugs and new features. I have more free time now so will resume my work on blame, history and some bugs :)
madmalkav
@madmalkav
HI everyone. I'm having the problem discussed in issue #546 but with VSCode installed from official website instead of that code-server fork. I have tried both the stable and the insiders installs and both ahve the same problem. Any idea on how to fix it will be appreciated
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
What issue are you having?
madmalkav
@madmalkav
I select the SVN executable and when I try to add a repo I get: command 'svn.repolog.addrepolike' not found
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
Paste here content of "View >> Output >> OUTPUT >> SVN"
or just make a new issue and fill out the template
madmalkav
@madmalkav
Svn installation not found.
Updated "svn.path" with "c:\Program Files\svn-collabnet-1.8.14\svn.exe"
no more output when I try to add a repo and get the error message
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
if you got to "Help >> Toggle Developer Tools >> Console" can you copy the out put please
madmalkav
@madmalkav
wait, that console is giving some previous error I want to analyze, seems my install is having problems to write the svn.path config for some reason...
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
If you figure out the issue let me know
madmalkav
@madmalkav
sure, but I'm not being lucky so far. It was complaining about not being able to save the setting to the workspace because no workspace was open. I openned one, and complained not being able to save the setting to either workspace or user settings. I'm cleaning everything including appdata roaming and trying clean
I have to use windows on my work , but I'm not really used to it , so I want to be sure I get this ultraclean before I try again
madmalkav
@madmalkav
nah, same thing. Without open workspace I get Error: Unable to write to Workspace Settings because no workspace is opened. Please open a workspace first and try again.
and when I open a workspace I get Error: Unable to write svn.path to Workspace Settings. This setting can be written only into User settings.
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
where have you set svn.path?
madmalkav
@madmalkav
Sorry, I think I don't understand you question. I get the prompt asking for the path and I select the executable , but I don't set the svn.path manually in any way
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
can you set the path manually in the settings?
madmalkav
@madmalkav
I can try

is this the proper formatting?

{"svn.path": "c:\Program Files\svn-collabnet-1.8.14\svn.exe"
}

madmalkav
@madmalkav
I tried something different, using the system installer instead of the user installer, it seems to add the path ok to the user settings
but it still complains there is no open workspace, and when I open a workspace, it says it cannot write it to workspace settings, that it must be written user settings
madmalkav
@madmalkav
oh, well, work is queueing. I will back to try VSCode in some months and see if I have better luck
thanks for your time!
killerapp
@killerapp
I can't seem to get this plugin to recognize my auth... it will for a bit at a time, but then I restart VSCode and it looses track of the auth... although on the CLI I'm still auth'd...
sometimes I can get it to recognize it after I use another client tool to do something on the same repo
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
Yeah it will forget your auth after you restart vscode.
linnjoy
@linnjoy
Does anyone know how to solve the problem of garbled characters on the left when comparing the code with the local copy
Design the comparison code in vscode. UTF-8 is used by default on the left and any encoding can be set on the right?
Edgard Lorraine Messias
@edgardmessias
Change the default encoding of VSCode
Christian Beretta
@Chri-B
Hi, does anyone have issues on Mac with svn extension fon vs code? I've installed it (and also have installed SVN on my pc), but after that, when i restart vsCode i see the icon in the left action bar for like a second, and then it disappear... already tried to unistall and reinstalling it, but that doesn't work for me...can someone help?
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
Are you getting any errors in the svn output?
Karen Payne
@karenpayneoregon
Hello, I've just installed the extension in VS Code. Have a subversion repo. Place a Cold Fusion project (many files in folders MVC) in a folder. The extension configuration is set perfectly. My question, does do I associate this code to a subversion repo in VS Code? Thanks.
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
Im not sure what you mean by "associate this code to a subversion repo"
Karen Payne
@karenpayneoregon

Well let's put it a different way, in Aptana editor there is a SVN explorer to setup a (in my case) Cold Fusion project with a repo in SVN, same with how Visual Studio has Git and TFS. I don't see a way to do this with the SVN VS Code extension so I was wondering is there a interface similar to what's in Aptana. All I see are commands to commit to act againsts files but don't see a way to have files point to a repo.

Is this clearer?

lk101
@lk101
I used TortoiseSVN, there is a folder named 'x' in my Windows(checkouted from svn server), could I open it in VS Code with svn-scm?
lk101
@lk101
it prompts "Running the contributed command: 'svn:checkout' failed."
Craig Dayton
@cadayton
Installed v2.15.0 and it was working just fine. Then VScode Insider started displaying "Missing dependency: jschardet". Anyone experiencing the same?
Christopher
@JohnstonCode
oksyassine
@oksyassine
Hi community, I want to ask you please if there is a way to see the merge info and view the graph, I have seen that this is possible through turtoisesvn but is there a way to see through svn extension of vs code as I'm using a linux system which doesn't have turtoisesvn

I've seen a command line that makes something similar:
oks@machine:branch1$ svn mergeinfo . ../../trunk
youngest common ancestor
| last full merge
| | tip of branch
| | | repository path

210       1162     1167    
|         |        |       
   --| |------------         DEV/branch1
  /        \               
 /          \              

-------| |------------ trunk
|
1163

Christopher
@JohnstonCode
There isn’t a way to see the merge info as a graph using the extension I’m afraid
oksyassine
@oksyassine
Are you planning to add it please as a feature or you know something useful I can use through vs code or linux to get away from command line ?
bolddwarf
@bolddwarf
Hi. Today VsCode updated to version 1.63 and svn has failed to start saying 'missing dependency: jschardet'.
Craig Dayton
@cadayton
epistax
@epistax
I'm looking for any way to have a commit template within svn-scm. I can't find documentation on it. No special processing is needed, just a pre-populated commit dialog.