On 23.11.2009 17:33, stijn wrote:
> 1. Install issue tracker integration (I'm using a custom version of
> JiraSvn, but it does not check bugtraq:number in any way so I'm pretty
> sure the message comes from TortoiseSVN itself, as it's also the same
> message you get when bugtraq:number = true)
> 2. Start commit dialog
> 3. Select revision in issue tracker, in my case something something like
> 4. Hit commit
> TortoiseSVN tells me "Only numbers (optionally seperated by commas) are
> allowed!" with the tooltip arrow pointed to the issue tracker integration
> Now if I copy the entire message, close the commit dialog, open it again
> then paste the message, I do NOT get the error and the commit succeeds!
> Here's a typical message (yes that's two lines, but it also happens with 1
> - fixed problem with my dinner
> - see #TNSLV-22
> Note that the last line is inserted by JiraSVN like that, the fisrt line I
> added myself
> Funny thing is, in Version 1.6.2 a similar problem was fixed said to be
> "Using a commit message from the history could result in an error about
> "only numbers are allowed" when trying to commit. (Stefan)"
* What are the bugtraq properties set to (all of those)?
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Received on 2009-11-25 18:57:33 CET