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                 Key: HUDSON-6746
                 URL: http://issues.hudson-ci.org/browse/HUDSON-6746
             Project: Hudson
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: subversion
            Reporter: mcrooney


If you go to for example hudson/myJob/build/100, and for that build the svn info of the directory it updates is:

{code}
Revision: 43187
Node Kind: directory
Schedule: normal
Last Changed Author: merge
Last Changed Rev: 43183
{code}

then the build page will show "Revision: 43183" which is VERY deceptive since SVN disagrees, because in the SVN info, "Revision" exists as a property and is newer. It should at least say "Last Changed Rev" if this is the revision it is displaying. Otherwise trying to figure out which changes were built can be very confusing.

It is also confusing because while it shows the last changed rev, it lists no changes:

{code}
Revision: 43183
No changes.
{code}

I think the ideal solution would be to list both the Revision and Last Changed Revision when they are different, and show the changes of the last changed always.

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[JIRA] Updated: (HUDSON-6746) build revision is wrong/confusing when last changed is different

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mcrooney updated HUDSON-6746:
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    Description:
If you go to for example hudson/myJob/build/100, and for that build the svn info of the directory it updates is:

{code}
Revision: 43187
Node Kind: directory
Schedule: normal
Last Changed Author: merge
Last Changed Rev: 43183
{code}

then the build page will show "Revision: 43183" which is VERY deceptive since SVN disagrees, because in the SVN info, "Revision" exists as a property and is newer. It should at least say "Last Changed Rev" if this is the revision it is displaying. Otherwise trying to figure out which changes were built can be very confusing.

It is also confusing because while Hudson shows the last changed rev, it lists no changes on the build page:

{code}
Revision: 43183
No changes.
{code}

I think the ideal solution would be to list both the Revision and Last Changed Revision when they are different, and show the changes of the last changed always.

  was:
If you go to for example hudson/myJob/build/100, and for that build the svn info of the directory it updates is:

{code}
Revision: 43187
Node Kind: directory
Schedule: normal
Last Changed Author: merge
Last Changed Rev: 43183
{code}

then the build page will show "Revision: 43183" which is VERY deceptive since SVN disagrees, because in the SVN info, "Revision" exists as a property and is newer. It should at least say "Last Changed Rev" if this is the revision it is displaying. Otherwise trying to figure out which changes were built can be very confusing.

It is also confusing because while it shows the last changed rev, it lists no changes:

{code}
Revision: 43183
No changes.
{code}

I think the ideal solution would be to list both the Revision and Last Changed Revision when they are different, and show the changes of the last changed always.


> build revision is wrong/confusing when last changed is different
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: HUDSON-6746
>                 URL: http://issues.hudson-ci.org/browse/HUDSON-6746
>             Project: Hudson
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: subversion
>            Reporter: mcrooney
>
> If you go to for example hudson/myJob/build/100, and for that build the svn info of the directory it updates is:
> {code}
> Revision: 43187
> Node Kind: directory
> Schedule: normal
> Last Changed Author: merge
> Last Changed Rev: 43183
> {code}
> then the build page will show "Revision: 43183" which is VERY deceptive since SVN disagrees, because in the SVN info, "Revision" exists as a property and is newer. It should at least say "Last Changed Rev" if this is the revision it is displaying. Otherwise trying to figure out which changes were built can be very confusing.
> It is also confusing because while Hudson shows the last changed rev, it lists no changes on the build page:
> {code}
> Revision: 43183
> No changes.
> {code}
> I think the ideal solution would be to list both the Revision and Last Changed Revision when they are different, and show the changes of the last changed always.

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mcrooney updated HUDSON-6746:
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    Description:
If you go to for example hudson/myJob/build/100, and for that build the svn info of the directory it updates is:

{code}
Revision: 43187
Node Kind: directory
Schedule: normal
Last Changed Author: merge
Last Changed Rev: 43183
{code}

then the build page will show "Revision: 43183" which is VERY deceptive since SVN disagrees, because in the SVN info, "Revision" exists as a property and is newer. It should at least say "Last Changed Rev" if this is the revision it is displaying. Otherwise trying to figure out which changes were built can be very confusing.

It is also confusing because while Hudson shows the last changed rev, it lists no changes on the build page:

{code}
Revision: 43183
No changes.
{code}

I think the ideal solution would be to list both the Revision and Last Changed Revision when they are different, and make it clear that the "Changes" are based on the "Revision" and not "Last Changed Revision".

  was:
If you go to for example hudson/myJob/build/100, and for that build the svn info of the directory it updates is:

{code}
Revision: 43187
Node Kind: directory
Schedule: normal
Last Changed Author: merge
Last Changed Rev: 43183
{code}

then the build page will show "Revision: 43183" which is VERY deceptive since SVN disagrees, because in the SVN info, "Revision" exists as a property and is newer. It should at least say "Last Changed Rev" if this is the revision it is displaying. Otherwise trying to figure out which changes were built can be very confusing.

It is also confusing because while Hudson shows the last changed rev, it lists no changes on the build page:

{code}
Revision: 43183
No changes.
{code}

I think the ideal solution would be to list both the Revision and Last Changed Revision when they are different, and show the changes of the last changed always.


> build revision is wrong/confusing when last changed is different
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: HUDSON-6746
>                 URL: http://issues.hudson-ci.org/browse/HUDSON-6746
>             Project: Hudson
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: subversion
>            Reporter: mcrooney
>
> If you go to for example hudson/myJob/build/100, and for that build the svn info of the directory it updates is:
> {code}
> Revision: 43187
> Node Kind: directory
> Schedule: normal
> Last Changed Author: merge
> Last Changed Rev: 43183
> {code}
> then the build page will show "Revision: 43183" which is VERY deceptive since SVN disagrees, because in the SVN info, "Revision" exists as a property and is newer. It should at least say "Last Changed Rev" if this is the revision it is displaying. Otherwise trying to figure out which changes were built can be very confusing.
> It is also confusing because while Hudson shows the last changed rev, it lists no changes on the build page:
> {code}
> Revision: 43183
> No changes.
> {code}
> I think the ideal solution would be to list both the Revision and Last Changed Revision when they are different, and make it clear that the "Changes" are based on the "Revision" and not "Last Changed Revision".

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