Has something significantly changed in regards to the handling of updating and commiting a Subversion-based project, when configured to use the "Project Root"?
If I do an update/commit project in Selena, then I get a list of affected roots for each of the the modules within the project. If I carry out the same functions in Diana, then the affected "roots" is the directory containing the IPR! (see screenshots) This therefore means that if you try and commit with ctrl-k, which is usually the active changelist, no files are selected since my IPR resides in a seperate sub-directory of the "Project Root". Also project updates only pull down updated files within the IPR's directory - most un-useful.
I'm sure this has only started happening in the last couple of builds. Is this a bug and if not is there any chance of having the old Selena-like functionality back?