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  2. JENKINS-18534

Jobs from same project are combined when different branches selected for each job

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      Different values selected for 'List Subversion Tags' parameters are not considered in determining parameter equality.

      ListSubversionTagsParameterValue needs to implement hashCode() and equals() properly.

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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr created issue -
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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment -

            I just now tested this back to Jenkins 1.518 and it has the same behavior. Again, I thought I had verified this works previously (2 builds of the same project in the queue at the same time), but now I am not 100% confident. I'll need to create a new instance of Jenkins to test this out and try going back to a much older (for me) release.

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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment - I just now tested this back to Jenkins 1.518 and it has the same behavior. Again, I thought I had verified this works previously (2 builds of the same project in the queue at the same time), but now I am not 100% confident. I'll need to create a new instance of Jenkins to test this out and try going back to a much older (for me) release.
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Field Original Value New Value
            Summary Cannot add new build to queue from same project using different parameters Cannot add new build to queue from same project with different parameters
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Component/s parameterized-trigger [ 15592 ]
            Component/s parameters [ 15594 ]
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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment -

            I just attempted to start multiple instance of the same build, all with unique parameters and it was a mess.

            Here is what I see:

            1. Sometimes it created a new unique job
            2. Sometimes it "merged" with the next job in the queue, replacing the parameters

            In my testing I used the following parameters:

            1. Branch (drop down list box of the available branches)
            2. Build type (choice between -D and -R)
            3. Check box for Test build (is this a test build?)

            I tried different combinations of each of these and could not get consistent behavior.

            We're just getting ready to roll out Jenkins and this kind of bug is really throwing off the plan to roll out. Hope to see it fixed soon, or someone can educate me on what I'm not doing right.

            Thanks!

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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment - I just attempted to start multiple instance of the same build, all with unique parameters and it was a mess. Here is what I see: 1. Sometimes it created a new unique job 2. Sometimes it "merged" with the next job in the queue, replacing the parameters In my testing I used the following parameters: 1. Branch (drop down list box of the available branches) 2. Build type (choice between -D and -R) 3. Check box for Test build (is this a test build?) I tried different combinations of each of these and could not get consistent behavior. We're just getting ready to roll out Jenkins and this kind of bug is really throwing off the plan to roll out. Hope to see it fixed soon, or someone can educate me on what I'm not doing right. Thanks!
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Priority Major [ 3 ] Blocker [ 1 ]
            Description I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
            (Changed to Blocker as this bug is preventing us from rolling out Jenkins to production right now, but I could completely change our implementation and reduce this to Critical or Major I suppose, but that would be quite a bit of work)

            I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Assignee huybrechts [ huybrechts ]
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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment - - edited

            OK, I think I've isolated the root of this issue. It appears that the plugin is not honoring unique values for "List Subversion Tags" type parameter. So, if the only parameter value that is different between two build executions is the Tag or Branch selected by the user, Jenkins will combine the two and use the branch or tag selected by the second build request.

            To help my team get around this for now, I've added a new parameter requesting the user type in their name. This will keep Jim from clobbering Suzy etc. It won't keep Jim from clobbering Jim's other branch build though.

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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment - - edited OK, I think I've isolated the root of this issue. It appears that the plugin is not honoring unique values for "List Subversion Tags" type parameter. So, if the only parameter value that is different between two build executions is the Tag or Branch selected by the user, Jenkins will combine the two and use the branch or tag selected by the second build request. To help my team get around this for now, I've added a new parameter requesting the user type in their name. This will keep Jim from clobbering Suzy etc. It won't keep Jim from clobbering Jim's other branch build though.
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Priority Blocker [ 1 ] Critical [ 2 ]
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Description (Changed to Blocker as this bug is preventing us from rolling out Jenkins to production right now, but I could completely change our implementation and reduce this to Critical or Major I suppose, but that would be quite a bit of work)

            I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
            I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
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            binary binary added a comment -

            Shannon Kerr, good job on isolating this. I'm also waiting for a fix, but I didn't know how to reproduce the problem (tried with string parameters, but they worked fine).

            As for workarounds, I think BUILD_NUMBER could be passed to a downstream job as a parameter by using "Predefined parameters" in "Trigger parameterized build on other projects" step - that should solve the problem with merged downstream jobs.

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            binary binary added a comment - Shannon Kerr, good job on isolating this. I'm also waiting for a fix, but I didn't know how to reproduce the problem (tried with string parameters, but they worked fine). As for workarounds, I think BUILD_NUMBER could be passed to a downstream job as a parameter by using "Predefined parameters" in "Trigger parameterized build on other projects" step - that should solve the problem with merged downstream jobs.
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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment -

            Thank you for the suggestion Andrejs. Unfortunately I'm not having this issue with connected jobs. These jobs using the "List Subversion Tags" type parameter are stand-alone. We need this fix. If my Java was better, I'd look into the code myself. I hope we can see some action on this as it is a legitimate bug.

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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment - Thank you for the suggestion Andrejs. Unfortunately I'm not having this issue with connected jobs. These jobs using the "List Subversion Tags" type parameter are stand-alone. We need this fix. If my Java was better, I'd look into the code myself. I hope we can see some action on this as it is a legitimate bug.
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Priority Critical [ 2 ] Major [ 3 ]
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            wsza Krzysztof W added a comment -

            We have the same problem with Jenkins 1.522

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            wsza Krzysztof W added a comment - We have the same problem with Jenkins 1.522
            oleg_nenashev Oleg Nenashev made changes -
            Labels build parameter queue build parameter queue subversion
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Component/s core [ 15593 ]
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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment -

            Can anything be done about this issue? I have to have developers enter some unique test to prevent their jobs from being combined. I'd really like to hear about a fix for this.

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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment - Can anything be done about this issue? I have to have developers enter some unique test to prevent their jobs from being combined. I'd really like to hear about a fix for this.
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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment -

            Really this is a killer. I have to put in a field just to let the user put in unique text to prevent the jobs from combining. Can't this be fixed?

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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment - Really this is a killer. I have to put in a field just to let the user put in unique text to prevent the jobs from combining. Can't this be fixed?
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Assignee huybrechts [ huybrechts ]
            Description I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
            Update:
            Since this appears to be an issue with the selected branch, I think this is actually a bug in the Subversion plugin.

            ====================

            I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
            Component/s parameters [ 15594 ]
            Component/s subversion [ 15485 ]
            Component/s parameterized-trigger [ 15592 ]
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Summary Cannot add new build to queue from same project with different parameters Jobs from same project are combined when different branches selected for each job
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Description Update:
            Since this appears to be an issue with the selected branch, I think this is actually a bug in the Subversion plugin.

            ====================

            I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
            Update:
            Since this appears to be an issue with the selected branch, I think this is actually a bug in the Subversion plugin.

            ====================

            (rewriting the description)

            When two different jobs from the same project are started by the same or different users and the only difference, besides possibly the user, is the branch/tag name, the jobs are combined in the queue and executed as a single job. This makes no sense though since user Jim could have selected branch "bugfix" and user Suzy could have selected branch "feature_1". Since Suzy was second, we end up only building "feature_1" and slapping both Jim and Suzy's names on the build.


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            (original description)

            I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Description Update:
            Since this appears to be an issue with the selected branch, I think this is actually a bug in the Subversion plugin.

            ====================

            (rewriting the description)

            When two different jobs from the same project are started by the same or different users and the only difference, besides possibly the user, is the branch/tag name, the jobs are combined in the queue and executed as a single job. This makes no sense though since user Jim could have selected branch "bugfix" and user Suzy could have selected branch "feature_1". Since Suzy was second, we end up only building "feature_1" and slapping both Jim and Suzy's names on the build.


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            (original description)

            I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
            Update:
            Since this appears to be an issue with the selected branch, I think this is actually a bug in the Subversion plugin.

            ====================

            (rewriting the description)

            When two different jobs from the same project are started by the same or different users and the only difference, besides possibly the user, is the branch/tag name, the jobs are combined in the queue and executed as a single job. This makes no sense though since user Jim could have selected branch "bugfix" and user Suzy could have selected branch "feature_1". Since Suzy was second, we end up only building "feature_1" and slapping both Jim and Suzy's names on the build.

            Other build parameters prevent the jobs from being combined in the queue, but a branch/tag selected from the SVN plugin's drop down list does not.

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            (original description)

            I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
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            danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment -

            Workaround: Random String Parameter plugin

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            danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment - Workaround: Random String Parameter plugin
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            danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment -

            Wow, this is stupid. ListSubversionTagsParameterValue does not override equals() and hashCode(), resulting in the default implementation being used that only compares the parameter name and type.

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            danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment - Wow, this is stupid. ListSubversionTagsParameterValue does not override equals() and hashCode(), resulting in the default implementation being used that only compares the parameter name and type.
            danielbeck Daniel Beck made changes -
            Affects Version/s current [ 10162 ]
            Environment Ubuntu 12.04 Server, VMWare Fusion
            Description Update:
            Since this appears to be an issue with the selected branch, I think this is actually a bug in the Subversion plugin.

            ====================

            (rewriting the description)

            When two different jobs from the same project are started by the same or different users and the only difference, besides possibly the user, is the branch/tag name, the jobs are combined in the queue and executed as a single job. This makes no sense though since user Jim could have selected branch "bugfix" and user Suzy could have selected branch "feature_1". Since Suzy was second, we end up only building "feature_1" and slapping both Jim and Suzy's names on the build.

            Other build parameters prevent the jobs from being combined in the queue, but a branch/tag selected from the SVN plugin's drop down list does not.

            =======================
            (original description)

            I start a parameterized build from project A via the build button.

            A second parameterized build from the same project was then started via the build button, but with different parameter values.

            Instead of having two jobs in the queue, the second job is not added and instead takes over the first job in the queue.

            If the jobs were started by different users, both users names show up as the "Started by" users.

            Only the second user's parameters are used and retained. The first user's job is just lost.

            I'm going to see if this ever worked, but I'm pretty sure it did. I'm still pretty new to Jenkins, but I thought I had tested this out before and had seen two instances of the same job sitting in the queue.
            Different values selected for 'List Subversion Tags' parameters are not considered in determining parameter equality.

            ListSubversionTagsParameterValue needs to implement hashCode() and equals() properly.
            Component/s core [ 15593 ]
            Component/s parameters [ 15594 ]
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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment -

            Random string parameter plugin did not fix the issue for me. I did try that previously.

            Thanks for taking my poor layman's explanation and isolating it more meaningfully.

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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment - Random string parameter plugin did not fix the issue for me. I did try that previously. Thanks for taking my poor layman's explanation and isolating it more meaningfully.
            danielbeck Daniel Beck made changes -
            Assignee Daniel Beck [ danielbeck ]
            danielbeck Daniel Beck made changes -
            Status Open [ 1 ] In Progress [ 3 ]
            danielbeck Daniel Beck made changes -
            Remote Link This issue links to "PR 87 (Web Link)" [ 11003 ]
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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment -

            Any idea when this might be fixed Daniel?

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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment - Any idea when this might be fixed Daniel?
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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment -

            As I pointed out, random string parameter did not work either. Someone may want to look into that too.

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            kerrhome Shannon Kerr added a comment - As I pointed out, random string parameter did not work either. Someone may want to look into that too.
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            danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment - - edited

            Any idea when this might be fixed Daniel?

            Whenever someone merges my PR (linked above) and cuts a release. It's been a year since one of the usual maintainers actually worked on the plugin (except releases and merging pull requests): Everything else was pull requests + the Cloudbees guys, so I don't expect it to happen anytime soon. If you know the basics of Git and Maven, my suggestion is to create a Subversion plugin build based on 2.3 (2.4 is too broken IMO) with this change.

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            danielbeck Daniel Beck added a comment - - edited Any idea when this might be fixed Daniel? Whenever someone merges my PR (linked above) and cuts a release. It's been a year since one of the usual maintainers actually worked on the plugin (except releases and merging pull requests): Everything else was pull requests + the Cloudbees guys, so I don't expect it to happen anytime soon. If you know the basics of Git and Maven, my suggestion is to create a Subversion plugin build based on 2.3 (2.4 is too broken IMO) with this change.
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            scm_issue_link SCM/JIRA link daemon added a comment -

            Code changed in jenkins
            User: Daniel Beck
            Path:
            src/main/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValue.java
            http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/2dec2d0978ea2e309fe962be786a6c4ec92417b8
            Log:
            [FIXED JENKINS-18534] equals()/hashCode() for parameter value

            The default implementation considers parameters with the same name
            to be identical, resulting in queue items being collapsed.

            With this change, different values for a parameter will result in
            different builds.

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            scm_issue_link SCM/JIRA link daemon added a comment - Code changed in jenkins User: Daniel Beck Path: src/main/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValue.java http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/2dec2d0978ea2e309fe962be786a6c4ec92417b8 Log: [FIXED JENKINS-18534] equals()/hashCode() for parameter value The default implementation considers parameters with the same name to be identical, resulting in queue items being collapsed. With this change, different values for a parameter will result in different builds.
            scm_issue_link SCM/JIRA link daemon made changes -
            Status In Progress [ 3 ] Resolved [ 5 ]
            Resolution Fixed [ 1 ]
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            Code changed in jenkins
            User: Daniel Beck
            Path:
            src/test/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValueTest.java
            http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/8a96c32606fe8f49d10155a50883862edb931baa
            Log:
            JENKINS-18534 Added test contributed by @christ66

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            scm_issue_link SCM/JIRA link daemon added a comment - Code changed in jenkins User: Daniel Beck Path: src/test/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValueTest.java http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/8a96c32606fe8f49d10155a50883862edb931baa Log: JENKINS-18534 Added test contributed by @christ66
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            Code changed in jenkins
            User: Oleg Nenashev
            Path:
            src/main/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValue.java
            src/test/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValueTest.java
            http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/7fecc427c206d866b13d02568bbc57eec9b95126
            Log:
            Merge pull request #87 from daniel-beck/JENKINS-18534

            [FIXED JENKINS-18534] equals()/hashCode() for parameter value

            Compare: https://github.com/jenkinsci/subversion-plugin/compare/2a16745d63a1...7fecc427c206

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            scm_issue_link SCM/JIRA link daemon added a comment - Code changed in jenkins User: Oleg Nenashev Path: src/main/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValue.java src/test/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValueTest.java http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/7fecc427c206d866b13d02568bbc57eec9b95126 Log: Merge pull request #87 from daniel-beck/ JENKINS-18534 [FIXED JENKINS-18534] equals()/hashCode() for parameter value Compare: https://github.com/jenkinsci/subversion-plugin/compare/2a16745d63a1...7fecc427c206
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            Code changed in jenkins
            User: Daniel Beck
            Path:
            src/main/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValue.java
            http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/82932212bcfd9a2051e91ac2cb2ae2531b5264d9
            Log:
            [FIXED JENKINS-18534] equals()/hashCode() for parameter value

            The default implementation considers parameters with the same name
            to be identical, resulting in queue items being collapsed.

            With this change, different values for a parameter will result in
            different builds.

            (cherry picked from commit 2dec2d0978ea2e309fe962be786a6c4ec92417b8)

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            scm_issue_link SCM/JIRA link daemon added a comment - Code changed in jenkins User: Daniel Beck Path: src/main/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValue.java http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/82932212bcfd9a2051e91ac2cb2ae2531b5264d9 Log: [FIXED JENKINS-18534] equals()/hashCode() for parameter value The default implementation considers parameters with the same name to be identical, resulting in queue items being collapsed. With this change, different values for a parameter will result in different builds. (cherry picked from commit 2dec2d0978ea2e309fe962be786a6c4ec92417b8)
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            Code changed in jenkins
            User: Daniel Beck
            Path:
            src/test/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValueTest.java
            http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/0dc322ba5f8a87131588f6174719fe6cb5d73cdc
            Log:
            JENKINS-18534 Added test contributed by @christ66

            (cherry picked from commit 8a96c32606fe8f49d10155a50883862edb931baa)

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            scm_issue_link SCM/JIRA link daemon added a comment - Code changed in jenkins User: Daniel Beck Path: src/test/java/hudson/scm/listtagsparameter/ListSubversionTagsParameterValueTest.java http://jenkins-ci.org/commit/subversion-plugin/0dc322ba5f8a87131588f6174719fe6cb5d73cdc Log: JENKINS-18534 Added test contributed by @christ66 (cherry picked from commit 8a96c32606fe8f49d10155a50883862edb931baa)
            kerrhome Shannon Kerr made changes -
            Status Resolved [ 5 ] Closed [ 6 ]
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                danielbeck Daniel Beck
                Reporter:
                kerrhome Shannon Kerr
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