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Re: [yast-devel] Re: [yast-commit] r66414 - in /branches/SuSE-Code-11-SP2-Branch/snapper: VERSION package/yast2-snapper.changes src/dialogs.ycp
Dne Čt 13. října 2011 13:34:27 Ladislav Slezak napsal(a):
Dne 13.10.2011 10:41, jsuchome@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx napsal(a):
+ if (!textmode)
+ {
+ // show fixed font in diff
+ diff = "<tt>" + diff + "</tt>";
+ }

Is the condition necessary? I'd expect that ncurses would do nothing if
<tt> is found and simply ignore it as they cannot change terminal font.
The same with <font>. Or does it cause some side effects in ncurses UI?

Yes, it somehow highlights the text in the richtext, which looks bad (see
attached example). It might be bug in ncurses UI, but now I needed quick
solution for yast2-snapper.

Gabi?

Jiri

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{
import "String";
import "Wizard";

string rt = "Index: Kiwi.ycp
===================================================================
--- Kiwi.ycp (revision 65660)
+++ Kiwi.ycp (working copy)";

rt = String::EscapeTags (rt);

list<string> rt_l = (list<string>) maplist (string line, splitstring (rt,
"\n"), {
if (String::StartsWith (line, "+"))
{
line = sformat ("<font color=blue>%1</font>", line);
}
else if (String::StartsWith (line, "-"))
{
line = sformat ("<font color=red>%1</font>", line);
}
return line;
});

rt = mergestring (rt_l, "<br>");

term contents = `VBox (
`RichText(`id(`rt), rt),
`RichText(`id(`rt2), "<tt>" + rt + "</tt>")
);
Wizard::OpenAcceptDialog ();
Wizard::SetContents ("diff", contents, "", true, true);
UI::UserInput();
Wizard::CloseDialog();
}

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