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  1. First of all, I'd like to note that I come from git world and have managed git based projects. PlasticSCM has by far been the most frustrating VS software I've ever used. When it's working it seems okay, but now I'm having trouble getting a dev connected and pulling/pushing. When they try to pull/push it completes subsecond and says "finished with errors", but does not show the error nor was the operation successful. Who their right mind programmed this with no indication of how to even pull up that error? There is no logs window for the push/pull, there is no logs panel in the application, there is no configuration of where to save/put logs in preferences. Someone should be fired by this design choice... For the love of all that's holy and good, how can I retrieve the error message for the operation so I may better help my dev?
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