Assume I have two named branches default and stable.
A bug is reported by a customer so new case is created in Fogbugz (eg Case 123) and is assigned to a developer. The developer fixes the problem in stable and commits with a message "Case 123" so that the changeset is linked to Fogbugz. The developer resolves the case and assigns it to QA.
QA verifies the case has been fixed in stable and closes the case.
QA then merges stable INTO default
Question #1: Will the Kiln history show the case # in both branches? I would assume so because the commit message from stable will be merged into default.
Question #2: Will Case 123 indicate that this bug has been fixed in BOTH branches?
Question #3: Does this workflow make sense?