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RE: New Issue Tracker for TortoiseSVN

From: Johann Moro <jmoro_at_latentzero.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2009 09:46:35 +0100

Thanks for this.

It makes sense. I guess I'm just too used to only work with one single Defect Tracking System.

Thanks for your help.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stefan Küng [mailto:tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: 21 October 2009 18:56
> To: dev_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
> Subject: Re: New Issue Tracker for TortoiseSVN
> On 21.10.2009 18:31, Johann Moro wrote:
> > I might as well carry on answering my own questions.
> >
> > After much trial and error I understand what I did wrong. When I set
> the
> > path I thought it didn't matter what directory I provided... but it
> > looks like it does and I don't understand why.
> >
> > From the spec, I now understand that it's looking for the *working*
> > copy. Why am I supposed to enter a working copy here?
> > Does that mean that I need to enter one configuration per working
> copy I
> > have on disk? I have dozens of working copies and they don't always
> live
> > under the same path.
> >
> > Also It looks like it doesn't have to be a working copy to work but
> it
> > has to be a root path to where I'm committing from. For instance if
> my
> > working copy is in D:\Dev\SVN\MyWorkingCopy, it will work if I set
> the
> > path to D:\ but not if I set the path to C:\
> >
> > I'm a bit puzzled about why it behaves like this
> Very simple: you can have multiple working copies, which use different
> issue trackers and therefore different plugins. So you have to specify
> the path for which your plugin is responsible.
> But you can also set the bugtraq:provideruuid property on your working
> copies.
> Just make sure that you use your own uuid for your COM object!
> Otherwise
> all hell breaks lose.
> Stefan
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