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Warning: # before > # after check really works the other way around


#1

Only to warn people that the # before > # after , # before < # after (count rows in tables) works in the other way …as you can see in the error description.

before > # after is really # before < # after and vice-versa

The development team already know that bug.

Also “# > # by n” also seems to have that problem and another one: in my test expected results is not consistent and due to that it doesn’t work

Without by ( # before > # after )
test 1:count 1: expected : 0
test2:count 2: expected : 1

with “# before > # after by n”
test1 by:count:1 expected: 1 (?)
test2 by:count:2 expected: 2 (?)


#2

We are just not putting the final touches on a patch release that should cover these items. We hope to have it ready for light ‘beta’ testing to interested customers in the next few days.

Jeff