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SubWCRev and ternary keywords and $WCRANGE$ colon

From: Craig McQueen <craig.mcqueen_at_beamcommunications.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2011 23:56:35 -0700


I'm trying to use the following keyword substitution with SubWCRev:


The intention is, if there is a single revision (not mixed), then I get the latest commit revision (rather than latest update revision). If there is a mixed revision range, I get the range.

But, I find that when I have mixed ranges, such as 1234:1280, I'm getting a resulting string of "1234" instead of "1234:1280". It seems that the $WCMIXED?...:...$ keyword is stopping at the colon character contained within the substituted $WCRANGE$ string, rather than the colon character of the expression.

This seems like a bug to me. Do developers agree?

Craig McQueen


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