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  1. I have imported a Git repository using fast export/import, but my Git tags are converted to Plastic SCM branches. I would expect them to appear as labels. Why branches ?
  2. What is the maximum allowed length of a Label in PlasticSCM v4.1.x.x? Couldn't find it in the doc. Is there a published doc of all specifications, such as this? Branch name length, comment length, etc.? Thanks. Greg
  3. We have been using plastic for about a year, and are currently using version - Hawaii. We have about a half dozen repositories, and in each repository we create a branch off the main branch for each sprint, about 3 weeks, then merge back to the main branch at the end of the sprint. We have an automated nightly build that builds the code on the main branch. But I would like to add a build of the current sprint branch as well, since that's closer to where the work is going on, and so more likely to change from day to day. However, I cannot figure out how to use the CLI to switch t
  4. Seems like a simple thing... but I can't get it to work. I'm trying to do something similar to this example shown from "cm help label": cm label lb:BL001 c:\workspace (label the changeset loaded in c:\workspace) but when I try: cm label lb:BL20 c:\myproject I get this error: The specified label spec can't be found. BL20 What am I missing here?
  5. Can I cause the branch explorer to show more characters of a label name before changing it to ... ?
  6. Good Day - Is there a way for me to lookup specific labels via the CLI? Currently, I can get the entire list back by using: cm find label on repository 'REP@IPADDRESS:PORT' I know that you can use the WHERE clause looking up other items, but I am unable to figure out how to do it with labels. I get an EOF error. Ideally, I would like to simply find that last label created that starts with 'X'. Something like: cm find label on repository 'REP@IPADDRESS:PORT' where label like 'X%' and uid = (SELECT MAX(uid) FROM ? WHERE label like 'X%') Please forgive the SQL syntax. I am just trying to sh
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