[Mono-dev] When to file a bug report - Re: Possible bug in xslt extension object

Atsushi Eno atsushi at ximian.com
Wed Aug 22 03:10:54 EDT 2007

Mads Bondo Dydensborg wrote:
> onsdag 22 August 2007 skrev Andrés G. Aragoneses [ knocte ]:
>> Mads Bondo Dydensborg escribió:
>>> tirsdag 21 August 2007 skrev Miguel de Icaza:
>>>> Hello,
>>>>     As usual, please file a bug report.   That way we can properly
>>>> follow up on it.
>>> One of the reasons I personally do not always file a bug report is that I 
> am 
>>> very often very much in doubt wheter an issue is a bug or not. Getting a 
>>> preliminary response on an issue to wheter it possibly could be a bug, is 
> of 
>>> very great value to me. If an issue is a bug, obviously I do not mind 
> filing 
>>> it.
>> You can check if it's a bug or not, in most cases, testing on the MS.NET 
>> framework. If the behaviour is different, it's very rare for it not to 
>> be a bug.
> Yes, of course, but I do not always have that opportunity.

No, of course not. Andres is wrong. There are lots of cases
that different behavior does not mean mono bugs.

Though you don't have to be afraid of filing "possible" bugs
on bugzilla. We can verify them.

(This specific bug btw has already reported awhile ago and
already fixed in svn.)

Atsushi Eno

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