JBS report status.
Abossolo Foh Guy
guy.abossolo.foh at scientificware.com
Wed Sep 19 21:03:05 UTC 2018
May be my first bug report in 2008 :-)
I felt very pride when I recieved this mail, even thougt it was a robot
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But since some years, no more information.
How to know the status of a bug report ?
I'm present (trying to be not "noisy") in the JDK and JFX lists since I
discovered that one of my bug report (JDK-8133864) was treated without a
feedback from JBS.
I saw that the bug was corrected only after installing a new Java
I never received a bug ID ?
Could bug reporter have at least an automatic feedback of the status of
his bug report.
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