We have recently begun using RoboHelp 2015 with Git and we are seeing some strange behavior when we change local repositories and then open the project in RoboHelp. As we would expect, when we change the active repository in Git we can see the project files in our local project directory change, based upon what the active repository contains. The problem is, though, when we then open the project again, after changing the active repository, RoboHelp is displaying changes from the previous active repository.
Here is an example from yesterday:
What we've tried thus far:
Is the problem simply that RoboHelp 2015 doesn't play nicely with Git and we need to upgrade to 2019? Are those of you with RH 2019 seeing any behavior like this or does RoboHelp 2019 properly recognize the changes that Git makes to the local environment?
I am not a source control user but I can offer two comments.
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