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|0004391||[Squeak] System||major||always||08-05-06 16:12||08-10-06 12:20|
|Summary||0004391: Changes disappear from changes set|
- Open Squeak3.9b-7051.image
- Make some changes to source code
- Open a dual changes browser, the new changes are in the current project (Unnamed1).
- From the changes browser, open a new change set, accepting the default name "Unnamed".
==> The changes that were in "Unnamed1" disappear from the change set.
Doing a "change sets with this method" confirms that the change has been removed from all change sets in the image.
(0006377 - 652 - 800 - 800 - 800 - 800 - 800)
In a fresh Squeak 7051 (revised)
from world menu>open>dual change sorter.
Changes go to "<no name -- garbage?>"
There is one empty change set 'Unnamed1' but changes have not been set to go to it.
What should be:
***1 empty change set named 'Unnamed'***
***Changes to go to 'Unnamed'***
I have no idea how to set that up programatically. It depends on what you are using for setup doits. I also imaging that if this, if set once, will probably persist of its own accord into future versions.
P.S. This is a very serious bug for those of us who do development with change sets.
(0006447 - 165 - 189 - 189 - 189 - 189 - 189)
Fixed with: (7052)
ChangeSet newChanges: (ChangeSorter basicNewChangeSet: 'Unnamed').
ChangeSet current name: 'Unnamed'.
(0006448 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 4)
|08-05-06 16:12||lewis||New Issue|
|08-05-06 16:13||lewis||Issue Monitored: lewis|
|08-08-06 20:24||wiz||Note Added: 0006377|
|08-10-06 12:20||MarcusDenker||Note Added: 0006447|
|08-10-06 12:20||MarcusDenker||Status||new => closed|
|08-10-06 12:20||MarcusDenker||Note Added: 0006448|
|08-10-06 12:20||MarcusDenker||Resolution||open => fixed|
|08-10-06 12:20||MarcusDenker||Fixed in Version||=> 3.9|
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