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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <l...@toolazydogs.com>
Subject Re: Proper use of Jira for defects that occur in multiple branches/releases (was Re: Outstanding tasks for M4)
Date Thu, 21 Jul 2005 04:38:08 GMT
Erin Mulder wrote, On 7/21/2005 4:17 AM:

>Dain Sundstrom wrote:
>  
>
>>On Jul 20, 2005, at 12:01 PM, David Jencks wrote:
>>
>>    
>>
>>>well,
>>>-1000
>>>
>>>I feel pretty strongly about this too.  Obviously its better to fix 
>>>stuff in all branches at once, but it won't always be possible, 
>>>especially after 1.3 diverges from 1.0, 2.4 vs 1.1, 5.6 vs 2.1  etc. 
>>>At some point you have to say that there are different issues  in
>>>different branches, even though the symptom is the same.  I  think the
>>>jira guys know of what they speak when the recommend  using multiple
>>>entries.
>>>      
>>>
>>Good point.  How about we only split an issue when we fix it in one 
>>branch and not the others?  I would suspect that this will be a rare 
>>event... at lest for a the next few years :)
>>    
>>
>
>You could also use sub-tasks in JIRA if those are enabled.  That lets
>you keep it as a single issue, but break it out into a couple of pieces
>and track their progress individually.  The whole issue remains open
>until they're all closed.  Meanwhile, it shows a little graphic of how
>many subtasks are complete.
>
>(The JIRA interface for this is pretty nice.  There are a couple of
>steps for adding the first subtask, but after that, the main issue
>screen shows a little table of subtasks and lets you add a new one by
>typing a title in the last row and clicking "Add".)
>
>Just a thought. :)
>  
>
Yeah, I like sub-tasks.  I wish they were turned on.


Regards,
Alan


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