mark at klomp.org
Thu Jun 14 04:44:12 PDT 2007
On Thu, 2007-06-14 at 09:57 +0100, Andrew Haley wrote:
> Mark Wielaard writes:
> > On Tue, 2007-06-12 at 08:52 -0700, Mark Reinhold wrote:
> > > A bugzilla on icedtea.classpath.org is probably the best thing for now.
> > OK, there is http://icedtea.classpath.org/bugzilla now.
> > We will try to keep it just for bugs caused by packaging, the different
> > build setup and replacement classes. And move everything else to the
> > openjdk bug database (or classpath bugzilla if it is caused by a
> > classpath replacement class).
> I'm not convinced of the wisdom of that. Anyone reporting a bug with
> IcedTea that is not present in OpenJDK should be able to enter it in
> IcedTea's Bugzilla: after all, how are they to know whether a bug is
> caused by bad packaging or bad Classpath code? There's no reason not
> to link IcedTea bugs to Classpath bugs if needs be. Also, from a
> practical point of view, I'd like to keep all IcedTea bugs together in
> one place.
Fair points. But it would be bad not to push any bugs towards the
openjdk/classpath bug databases, because they obviously also would like
to have a full overview of all known issues. I admit that I don't have a
good plan for this yet. We are currently running bugzilla
2.22.1-debian2, but it seems bugzilla 3.0 does provide some more support
for this through a Bugzilla::Webservice XML-RPC Interface. Maybe we
could switch to that in the future to automagically push/pull bugs
For now I am seeing http://icedtea.classpath.org/bugzilla a bit as a
"build one to throw one away" project that we can use to see what an
ideal bug tracking solution would be for all the projects involved in
the long term.
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