1. 03 Nov, 2010 2 commits
  2. 01 Nov, 2010 1 commit
    • Steve Borho's avatar
      qsci: turn off horizontalScrollBars by enabling wrap · e7bd3b443a29
      Steve Borho authored
      Apparently Qsci maintains a good amount of its speed by having a fixed length
      display buffer (based on my tests). Even when wrap is disabled, your text lines
      will be truncated at some length. and the horizontalScrollBars cover this
      width. By turning on character wrap, we get rid of the meaningless scrollbars
      and display all text.
      
      This is probably not the last word on this topic (we likely need to enable some
      of the wrap visualization features and/or make this toggle configurable).
      e7bd3b443a29
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  15. 20 Sep, 2010 1 commit
    • Steve Borho's avatar
      status: use Qsci to show diffs and raw files · 75e88e640fbe
      Steve Borho authored
      The QSci and lexer is much faster than parsing our diffs to HTML and
      rendering them.  This also allows us to preview untracked files with syntax
      highlighting.  And we pick up consistent tab widths and whitespace visibility.
      
      However, fileview.py is a huge mess and we need to add subrepos to the
      diff generator.  I believe fileview needs to be detached from the revmodel
      and graph.
      
      When this is all cleaned up, it should apply well to the manifest tool.
      75e88e640fbe
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