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From Ivan Mikushin <i...@openmechanics.net>
Subject don't you want a bug fixed? I've even submitted a patch!
Date Wed, 13 Nov 2002 07:59:31 GMT
Dear Cocoon developers,

I want to discuss fixing some strange behaviour that I'm confident is a bug. 
I've already posted to this list but there was no reply: that's okay, I've 
just went into the source code and fixed the thing myself. But don't you wish 
to accept my contribution as a patch? See bug report at 
http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=14245

Okay, I've been ignorant and haven't submit my patch apropriately for the 
first time, but I'm learning and have already fixed the bug report to be 
compliant with your standard. Though, it didn't even show in the auto patch 
queue! (maybe that's because of the oddities of the patch queue 
autogeneration)

I think Cocoon is a great project, and I'm using the CVS HEAD version in 
production because I'm sure its pretty stable (I'm not using all the cutting 
edge features though). And it really works great (except for that little 
problem that I've reported and fixed)! And I (and sure you either) want it to 
continue to work fine and to improve stability.

Regards,

Ivan Mikushin,
OpenMechanics.net


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