Review Request 110633: Don't report crashes if version is disabled in Bugzilla
Rolf Eike Beer
kde at opensource.sf-tec.de
Sat May 25 13:16:21 BST 2013
Am Samstag 25 Mai 2013, 10:19:37 schrieb Jekyll Wu:
> Well, DrKonqi uses Product.get API to fetch product information from
> bugs.kde.org, including all available versions (either active or disabled).
> But that is not the point of those "escaped" reports which shouldn't be
> accepted. Even if DrKonqi doesn't know any version information on
> bugs.kde.org, when it sends a request against some disabled version,
> bugs.kde.org (since upgrading to bugzilla 4.2.5) should detect and reject
> the request, then send back a error message to drkonqi, like the screenshot
> in https://bugs.kde.org/attachment.cgi?id=78600&action=edit.
> Now this expected rejecting behavior works for versions like "4.9.0" or
> "4.10.60" (no whitespace), but not for "4.8.5 (4.8.5)" (containing
> whitespace). It might be that DrKonqi sends version containing whitespace
> in a wrong way, or that bugzilla deals with version containing white space
> in a wrong way. But since Drknonqi also sends distribution information
> (like "Ubuntu Packages") containing whitespace in the same way and bugzilla
> deals with that correctly, I'm inclined to think something goes wrong in
> bugzilla when dealing with versions.
Maybe it's not the space, but (). Maybe it is used as regex or something?
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