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From "Michael McCallum" <mich...@spinsoftware.com>
Subject Re: patch tracking
Date Wed, 18 Apr 2001 20:21:44 GMT
It does mean that there is a three click process to get to the patches though.
But then all our mailboxes dont get filled up with patches that we will probably never read
:)

On 18 Apr 2001, at 7:27, Diane Holt wrote:

> --- David Rees <reesd.l@ubiqsoft.com> wrote:
> > >> The main problem is that Bugzilla doesn't support attachments.
> > >
> > >Err... yes it does.
> > 
> > Where? I went at looked at it before I made the original post and I
> > looked again just now. What am I missing?
> 
> Not sure where you looked, but the home-page for Bugzilla includes this
> text:
>   Attachment 
>   Adding an attachment to a bug can be very useful. Test cases, screen
>   shots and editor logs all can help pinpoint the bug and help the
>   developer reproduce it. If you fix a bug, attach the patch to the bug.
>   This is the preferred way to keep track of patches since it makes it
>   easier for others to find and test.
> 
> If you display a bug in the Ant bugs database, you'll see this line:
>   Attachments: Create a new attachment (proposed patch, testcase, etc.)
> 
> When you select "Create a new attachment", you get a list of possible
> types for the attachment, which starts:
>   What kind of file is this? 
>   Patch file (text/plain, diffs)
> 
> Diane 
>   
> 
> 
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