From: Guy Davis <davis@gu...> - 2003-10-20 19:10:01
Shubhankar Bera wrote:
>Here are the patches for the changes I have made for when a request is
>deleted. Patch1 is just the code formatting so that it is upto our coding
>standards. Patch2 is where the changes to the actual code have been done.
>When a request is deleted, the program will check all tasks that are
>associated with the request. If a task has no work done and is not
>associated with any other request, it is deleted. If a task has no work
>done, but is associated with other requests, it will remain associated
>with the other requests. If a task has any work done, it will not be
>deleted (if it is associated with other requests, the association will
>remain, but if it isn't associated with anything else, it will become a
>I have tested the changes I made with a few test cases and it seems to
>work as expected. If you have any problems with it once you've tested it,
>please let me know and I'll make the required changes.
Just applied this patch. Only changes were to break some of the
particularly long lines (mostly strings) and to remove comments
indicating a change date (such as "On October 10th..."). The change
dates are not necessary in code comments as CVS handles all that.
Thanks for the patch. This fix will be appreciated by the users.