Re: generated merge message absent if merge button used
On 19.10.2016 15:15, Niko Paltzer wrote:
> here is what I did:
> - Commit a change to a branch successfully.
> - Click on the Merge button.
> - Select the trunk.
> - Merge successfully.
> - Start commit on the trunk.
> - Select the topmost message from "Recent messages". It is the one generated by the merge starting with "Merged revision(s) ".
> Here is what I expect:
> The generated commit message contains the message from the branch-commit.
> Here is what I get:
> The generated commit message contains only the "header" that ends with a colon.
> The commit message is generated properly if I do the very same merge but starting from the context menu on the trunk and selecting the revision to merge from the branch via the log.
> Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong?
the merge message is generated with the log messages that are in the log
cache. If the messages/revisions are not (yet) in the log cache or if
you have disabled the log cache then those messages will be empty.
To make sure that the messages are in the log cache, show the log first
and select the revisions to merge from there.
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