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From Glenn Holmer <>
Subject Re: Resolving previously failed test cases
Date Fri, 26 Oct 2018 17:20:25 GMT
On 10/26/2018 11:39 AM, Leo Donahue wrote:
> Basically I was just asking in general what to do with the existing JIRA
> which is documented on a previous NetBeans release.  More specifically,
> "resolve" or "close"?
> By April of 2019 will anyone care about the JIRA bug documented against
> NetBeans 9?

> To me, it seems like the issue should be resolved or closed against the
> same code base used when the bug was filed.

But issues may persist from version to version. If an issue was raised
against 9 and it's still there in 10, it's still valid. Most of the
issues I just went through and removed were marked "resolved fixed" in
the old Bugzilla several years ago.

> Maybe this is more of a JIRA topic that can be discussed and recorded for
> those of us who are in different time zones?  Or put some NetCAT JIRA
> guidelines on the wiki?

Yes, I think we can be a lot clearer about instructions for the next
NetCAT. There's also much to be learned about how Synergy works. Testers
should not only go through the test cases, but look at existing issues
to see if they're still valid. I ran across some from the old Bugzilla
that were still open or had been re-opened. There should probably be a
discussion about whether to re-enter those as bugs in JIRA.

Glenn Holmer (Linux registered user #16682)
"After the vintage season came the aftermath -- and Cenbe."

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