[Gambas-user] Why are the gitlab master and "system info" versions different?

Bruce Steers bsteers4 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 27 02:26:02 CET 2022

On Wed, 26 Jan 2022 at 20:11, Martin Belmonte <mbelmonte at belmotek.net>

> El 26/1/22 a las 17:19, Benoît Minisini escribió:
> >
> > As it is too long, gitlab only displays the eight first digits, whereas
> > the git tools displays the seven first digits.
> OK, I understand.
> So the gambas IDE truncates into 7 characters what git gives [1], which
> is the full hash.
> But if you using [2] that gives the 7 char short version (that you say
> right?)
> [1] git rev-parse HEAD
> [2] git log --pretty=format:'%h' -n 1
> So, if it's not too much work since it's not that important either, it's
> just to make it more user friendly and see the same code everywhere,
> change the IDE to truncates the same as this in 8 characters.

Somethings just ain't perfect , but such is life :)
If you want the IDE to look different you can do it yourself.

Here's how my welcome screen looks when my IDE opens
(added trunk/commit version to it just so i know)

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