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From Amy Roh <amy...@apache.org>
Subject Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 19241] - Null pointer exception in Mapper.
Date Wed, 23 Apr 2003 20:19:23 GMT
Remy

Remy Maucherat wrote:
> Rajiv Mordani wrote:
> 
>> Remy,
>>     I NEVER said that you are a support engineer for SUN. First of all
>> it is NOT A JUNK report as you yourself are acknowledging the problem
>> below and saying that it is something caused by Amy's changes. It is a
>> problem and you also are aware of.  SO BE GRATEFUL THAT SOMEONE IS 
>> FINDING
>> THE BUGS AND LETTING YOU'LL KNOW IN THE TOMCAT COMMUNITY. IF YOU DON'T
>> WANT PEOPLE REPORTING PROBLEMS ON NIGHTLY'S THEN PLEASE REMOVE THAT
>> CATEGORY FROM BUGZILLA. ALL I AM TRYING TO DO IS HELP. I AM SORRY IF YOU
>> LEFT SUN WITH A BAD TASTE IN YOUR MOUTH AND SO DON'T LIKE BUGS BEING
>> REPORTED BY FOLKS IN SUN BUT THE INTEND HERE IS TO BUILD A BETTER TOMCAT
>> WHICH OBVIOUSLY YOU DON'T SEEM TO BE IN FAVOUR OF. This is just no way of
>> behaving.
> 
> 
> This is your opinion, which is fine. Your report makes it sound like 
> this issue is my responsability, which is not (I just committed a fix 
> for fanciness, to be able to print out a nice message eventually if the 
> default host in not set on teh component). Your report also makes it 
> sound that I have to respond to your report immediately, which is not 
> right.

I don't think Rajiv filed the bug report for *you* only.  I don't see 
anywhere in the bug report that says it's *your* responsibility and to 
be responded immediately.  I just see a stack trace reporting the 
problem.  Maybe I'm looking at a different one than yours?  ;-)  I 
personally think it's good that he reports bugs on nightly so we are 
aware of what problems occur.  In this case, I wasn't aware of NPE until 
he reported and realized my changes impacted Mapper.  You have gotten to 
  it before everyone else and we all appreciate your work.

> I have to say that I enjoyed a lot working with a lot of you folks, but 

We all enjoyed working with you.  Especially ME!  :-)

> definitely not all, and finding three emails from you complaining about 
> various issues when I come back from work is not nice.
> I have worked hard trying to make Tomcat better, but I cannot currently 
> guarantee that a "between two alphas" build is stable.
> 
> Now if you're still not happy, well, what can I say ? How about "get 
> lost" ?

Now that's just mean and cruel.  I know you're not like that.  :-(

Amy (why can't we all just get along~)

> Remy
> 
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