That is why we cannot simply include it in each changeset. The Subversion API only tells us the latest version of the file in the repository so there would be no way to know it belonged to any other revisions anyway, at least not without running svn log on every file in the view.
This is also a pitty Is it really impossible to only update the propeties of a dir?
If no previous good build is found, however, all changes between changeset 1 and the current label are analyzed for inclusion into the current build.
If you were not already aware, there is a file in version control called Patrick - I have similar issue with Gen Checkin Notes Update Work Items task.
Part of my issue is the fact that while i run both the compilation and executing unit tests together, the unit tests invariably end up failing for one reason or another and the overall status of the build gets marked as "failed".
is everything really just subversion or can we improve the plugin?
You can select value from drop-down list or with button "..." (select branch dialog).
the list of objects created, updated, or deleted with this changeset). A mapper can always upload additional objects to an open changeset he or she owns.
If you want to download the list of open changesets you own JOSM locally maintains a cache of the changesets downloaded from the OSM server.
The most common query and download operations can be invoked directly from the Changeset Manager.
Other more advanced features are provided by the Changeset Query Dialog.
Each changeset is merged as separated changeset (if you merge 5 changesets from target branch, 5 changesets will be in source branch too). Herewith comment of source branch changeset copies to comment of new target branch changeset and Task Id will be linked with this new target branch changeset.