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From: Mo DeJong <>
To: sourcenav <>
Subject: Patch to fix encoding error.
Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2002 14:01:00 -0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <> (raw)

Here is a really simple patch that fixes the preferences dialog. You can reproduce
the error in the CVS version by opening up the project prefs and clicking on the
project tab.

Since this is a small change I assume it will be covered by the
"Small changes can be accepted without a copyright
assignment form on file" text from the contrib webpage.


2002-02-21  Mo DeJong  <>

	* gui/preferences.tcl (AddProject): Change
	[info encodings] call to [encoding names].
	The info subcommand was a local Tcl modification
	that did not survive the 8.3 upgrade process.

Index: gui/preferences.tcl
RCS file: /cvs/sourcenav/src/snavigator/gui/preferences.tcl,v
retrieving revision
diff -u -0 -r1.1.1.1 preferences.tcl
--- preferences.tcl	2001/09/25 22:51:10
+++ preferences.tcl	2002/02/21 21:56:05
@@ -354 +354 @@
-          -contents [info encodings] -entryvariable sn_options(opt_def,encoding)
+          -contents [encoding names] -entryvariable sn_options(opt_def,encoding)

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