R: [mapguide-users] Fusion javascript (phpviewersample)

Franco Caloni francomailing at nitris.it
Wed Feb 11 16:16:41 EST 2009

Thanks :)
It's only a week I'm working full time on Mapguide and I'm having a lot of
troubles learning new things, new terms, ecc. ecc.
And there is not only Mapguide, but Fusion and now Openlayers, gasp!
What is a SVN?

I've bookmarked the link for the future, thanks.


-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: mapguide-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org
[mailto:mapguide-users-bounces at lists.osgeo.org] Per conto di Jason Birch
Inviato: mercoledì 11 febbraio 2009 19.11
A: MapGuide Users Mail List
Oggetto: RE: [mapguide-users] Fusion javascript (phpviewersample)

Good catch Franco.

When you run into problems like this, best practice is to make sure that
they get reported to the Fusion Trac to ensure that they are fixed in future
releases.  Instructions for doing this are available here:


I have reported this issue here:


I also supplied a .patch file.  When reporting problems, it is best to
either provide step-by-step instructions and data for a developer (they
should be able to reproduce the issue with no more than 10 minutes work), or
provide a fix with the report.

If you have an SVN checkout of the source code, creating a .patch is easy.
If you're on Linux, there are instructions all over the place for creating
patch files using "diff".  If you're on Windows, TortoiseSVN makes creating
patch files as simple as right-clicking on your modified file, going to the
TortoiseSVN submenu, and choosing "Create patch...".


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