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Just by chance I hit the same error today, this is how to reproduce:
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Jan 4 2016
You're right, the link has been removed, it's now here: (updated version as well)
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Oct 14 2014
@Joshua Leung (aligorith) Bingo! I tried to play again and it is indeed the case that the pasted modifier gets added to all X, Y and Z rotation while delete only deletes it from the active FCurve. I was a bit confused about the pasting to all selected FCurves, but have to admit that this probably is the correct behaviour.
Oct 8 2014
I can confirm this happens when repeating the exact steps to reproduce on Windows 64 bit build 2.72 official release
Sep 7 2014
Closed by commit rB3fec3f0bce0a.
I'll take a look, looks like the relative path property is accessed even though it is not needed as Thomas mentioned.
Sep 4 2014
Just a note to reviewers:
Didn't want to wait too much longer for review as the actual code changes are unlikely to be controversial and since the functionality seemed to be the consensus in the discussion for T41593 I went ahead to commit
Closed by committing D770.
Fix T41593: Confusing Link/Append interface
Aug 31 2014
Ok, I wrote patch to separate the operators in case the consensus is to not bring the link option back.
Actually, the third option is the most straight forward in the code. the duplication would only consist of a single function, as the exec and poll functions for the operator can still be used.
Aug 25 2014
@Bartek Skorupa (bartekskorupa), could you take a look? I assigned it to you since you were one of the authors of the Node Efficiency Tools. Otherwise let me know.
Aug 24 2014
Aug 17 2014
Did some additional research and compile:
Jul 10 2014
Will take a look over the next few days.
Apr 21 2014
Resolved by modified Differential Revision D298
Feb 8 2014
Uploaded new version with a bit of cleanup and fixes after testing.
Jan 20 2014
Fixed by my commit:
Jan 13 2014
Submitted a patch that fixes this to Differential D209 for review.
Dec 2 2013
There are two parts to this.