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Sourcetree for Windows 3.0.X release notes inaccurate?

Hi,

I'm using Sourcetree for Windows 2.6.10, and I just received a notification, inside Sourcetree, to update to the latest version (3.0.5). Now before updating, I always check the release notes, and I realized that there's some problems with the it.

For example, for the version 3.0.5, it says :

  • SRCTREE-6371 Fix the current branch not being correctly selected after a UI refresh.

The issue SRCTREE-6371 doesn't exists in Atlassian's Jira. I then realized that the project key SRCTREE related to Sourcetree for Mac, so I checked if a SRCTREEWIN-6371 issue existed. It doesn, but it seems to be completely unrelated (a typo in a message box for version 1.9.6.1) and it's also not marked as done.

 

I checked a few other issues for prior versions in the change log, and every issue I checked seems to be completely unrelated to Sourcetree For Windows 3.0.X.

Here is the link to 3.0.5 release notes :

https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/update/windows/ga/ReleaseNotes_3.0.5.html

Can somebody explain what's going on?

Thanks a lot!

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minnsey Atlassian Team Oct 03, 2018

Hi

Sorry for any confusion, those keys are actually from our internal development JIRA. The release notes are auto generated from there. We are looking to cross-reference to https://jira.atlassian.com SRCTREEWIN issues in the future to make it easier to track.

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