On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 1:35 AM, Tom Walter <tom.walter_at_hitwise.com> wrote:
> When you use the merge wizard, and merge a range of revisions, if you go
> to FROM and 'Select' and choose revision 1000, the TO revision is set to
> 1001 automatically. That isn't so bad if you only ever want to merge
> single revisions, however if you then go to the TO revision, and use
> 'Select' to choose 2000, then the FROM is changed to 1999. This is a bit
> annoying and means you have to open the select dialogue again, memorise
> the revision, and then close the dialogue without choosing it, and type
> in the memorised revision manually.
> It would make sense to set the other revision automatically if no
> revision has already been set. However if the other revision has already
> been set, it shouldn't be modified.
> Is this a bug report or a feature request?
I agree that does not seem right, feel free to enter a bug report.
That said here are a couple other comments:
1) The Select Dialog was meant to allow you to select a range. So you
can shift-select that entire range and have both values filled in
2) The Subclipse merge UI is old and largely outdated. We have
replaced it with the CollabNet Merge client which is EPL licensed and
available from the Subclipse update site. This is really the merge
functionality you ought to be using.
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Received on 2009-10-26 13:26:43 CET