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Re: Merge commit message generation bogus

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 21 May 2014 16:58:30 +0200

On Mon, May 19, 2014 at 8:58 AM, Jojakim Stahl <joja_at_jojakim.de> wrote:

> Hello Stefan,
> Thank you for taking the time to investigate the problem.
> But I'm not sure that it is impossible to do anything against, because this
> behavior doesn't show up always like this. I do many, many merges with
> revision ranges x-y where in-between are gaps. Most of the time the commit
> message is setup correctly. There must be some special circumstances where
> it fails.
> Note i.e., that the problem didn't show up when you started on a
> "prefabricated" repository and you didn't do the commits on the same
> machine.
Yes, because then the 'missing' revisions were not in the log cache and
therefore could not be used to generate the log message.

> Note also, that when you do not enter the Show Log dialog on the merge
> operations, but accept the preset revision range without confirming them in
> the Show Log window, the commit message which is build doesn't contain the
> log text at all.
> Personally, I would locate the problem somewhere in the log cache, just a
> guess. I don't know the source code and so I don't know anything of
> certitude at all.

But still you insist that my analysis was wrong.

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