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Behavior of Switch Command on Not Current WC

Author Toshihiro Kouno <tkouno1 at md dot nsw dot co dot jp>
Full name Toshihiro Kouno <tkouno1 at md dot nsw dot co dot jp>
Date 2005-12-01 04:22:07 PST
Message Hi,

 I found different behavior of the switch command in
latest subcommander from past subcommander.

 I assume the following situation.

Repository
--> trunk
--> branch
    +--> AAA
    +--> BBB
--> tags

Working Folder
--> Develop
--> Maintain

 I teach my project to sc. I checkout trunk to Develop, and
AAA to Maintain. Then I declare Develop as current WC.

Project
--> trunk
--> branch
--> tags
==> Develop(trunk)
--> Maintain(AAA)

 Now, I select BBB and execute the switch command in sc
0.14.0. Opened dialog initially shows Develop as target WC.
I choice Maintain as WC and push "Ok". I see the following.

Project
--> trunk
--> branch
--> tags
==> Develop(BBB)
--> Maintain(AAA)

 In case of sc 0.11.1 I see the following. I forgot cases of
sc 0.12.0 or 0.13.0. Excuse me for it.

Project
--> trunk
--> branch
--> tags
==> Develop(trunk)
--> Maintain(BBB)

 I should think past behavior is better.

 By the way, I strongly expect the fix at sc 1.0.0 for the
second item of ochnap2's report(19th Nov). Especially, no
way to show comment in case of only one revision in the
dialog.
---
Kouno

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Behavior of Switch Command on Not Current WC Toshihiro Kouno <tkouno1 at md dot nsw dot co dot jp> Toshihiro Kouno <tkouno1 at md dot nsw dot co dot jp> 2005-12-01 04:22:07 PST
     Re: Behavior of Switch Command on Not Current WC hauner Martin Hauner 2005-12-01 09:58:43 PST
         Re: Behavior of Switch Command on Not Current WC Toshihiro Kouno <tkouno1 at md dot nsw dot co dot jp> Toshihiro Kouno <tkouno1 at md dot nsw dot co dot jp> 2005-12-03 01:10:10 PST
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