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

"Andrés G. Aragoneses [ knocte ] "Andrés G. Aragoneses [ knocte ]
Wed Aug 22 03:19:30 EDT 2007

Atsushi Eno escribió:
> 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.

Well, perhaps there are a lot, but talking about global numbers, that 
"lot" is a very rare proportion. I think I haven't found yet a case of 
these, and I have filed a bunch of bugs until now.


	Andrés	[ knocte ]


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