If I rename a conditional build tag (CBT), these changes are copied into the htm files. However, the CBTs are NOT changed in hts files (the snippets).
If not, I can file a bug report. (or should this be considered a feature? )
Regardless of whether or not you would WANT to insert conditions in snippets, if you CAN, the changes should be carried through into snippets as well IMO.
How I found out:
I have a CBT called TBD, which is excluded during build. In this tag, I put questions or remarks such as "add link to..." To make sure any unaddressed questions never show up in the final build, they are excluded using this tag.
To make the tag more specific and less prone to show up in text searches that were not specificly aimed at this tag, I renamed it to _T_B_D_.
When I subsequently opened a snippet, it showed me a tag color I did not set. And lo and behold, the condition was still TBD.
Tried it, makes no difference here. Even more, it left a trace of the old name in a pss file too (when futher down in the same PSS file the NEW name was present as well...)
I've got version 220.127.116.111
I will try later in another project. Might be project-specific for some reason.
Anyway, it might not be such a bad idea to check with a text find tool in any file (not just htm) for an old name if you have changed a name of something significant (file name, tags, windows, ssl outputs, master page, css etc).
I have found RH to be a bit temperamental at times, the above being a perfect example