#77 defender takes over a territory after winning a battle

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Chris Duncan
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2014-01-11
2013-09-25
David Landry
No

In 1914, when a territory is contested from the start of a turn, it's possible for one of the powers contesting that territory to attack on his turn, and the result is that the defender takes over the territory. This can happen if all the attackers units die and some of the defender's units survive.

Currently, if the defender wins, we don't check if the ownership needs to change (the assumption being that the defender already owns the territory).

Add the call to change ownership to the defender after it wins a battle.

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  • Chris Duncan
    Chris Duncan
    2014-01-11

    • status: open --> closed-accepted
    • assigned_to: Chris Duncan
     
  • Chris Duncan
    Chris Duncan
    2014-01-11

    accepted and committed,
    You forgot that when both attacker and defender lose all units, if there is another player in the territory then the other player takes over the territory. So i added that bit of logic too.