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Re: svn 1.2 resoak?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-29 16:13:12 CEST

Luis Muniz <luis.muniz@b2boost.com> writes:
> Yes, well people are not exactly encouraged to report a bug
> twice... everywhere the policy says to read first the archive.

That's a good point. If people are following that policy (even some
of the time), then I shouldn't make assumptions about how many other
people have encountered a bug, once someone has reported it.

> I can testify that I have found this bug in 30min after installing
> SVN, because it's the first feature I wanted to test,
> -locking with a user
> -modifying
> -committing
>
> -updating with another user
>
> It seems like a really common use pattern. I'm not a specialist, I
> don't even know the other bugfixes that were submitted. But if your
> fears are based on this case, I think you are overreacting

Well, they're based on more than this one case -- there's still been a
fair amount of code churn. But yes, what you say does alleviate my
concerns about that particular bug quite a bit.

Thanks,
-Karl

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