Re: Repro: Commit Message not stored in Recent Messages (2 instances)
On 02.10.2012 17:04, M Ward wrote:
> I have been able to reproduce a corner case where the Recent Messages is not updated with a recently typed commit message which is then abandoned by closing the commit dialog.
> I have seen this before but never worked out why until now.
> The repro requires two instances of the commit dialog to be open under the same tree as follows:
> 1) Open two "SVN Commit..." dialogs for a folder that has something to commit in it.
> 2) In one commit dialog, type some text and then press Esc to close it without committing.
> 3) Then in the other commit dialog, press Esc again to close it without committing (do not type any text in the message box).
> 4) Open a new "SVN Commit..." dialog for the same folder and press "Recent Messages" => The text typed in 2) has not been recorded.
> Closing the second (empty) Commit dialog appears to remove the recent message that was saved by the previous one.
> If something _has_ been typed in the second Commit dialog too then it works as expected; both abandoned messages are recorded in Recent Messages.
> Hope this makes sense! Thanks.
Created issue #422 for this:
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