In which version does a bugfix go?
dotancohen at gmail.com
Sat Mar 6 21:41:36 GMT 2010
On 6 March 2010 22:46, Myriam Schweingruber <myriam at kde.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 6, 2010 at 21:00, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> How can I tell into which version of KDE a particular bug was fixed? I
>> am unfamiliar with SVN but if there is a way that I can figure this
>> out without getting a degree in CS I'd love to know. Note that I am
>> not asking about any one specific bug, rather, this is a general
>> question that would apply to any arbitrary bug that I am triaging at
>> the time. Thanks.
> That's quite simple: the version is updated in a bug report if it has
> not been fixed in the previous one, so the version in which it is
> fixed is the next higher to the version in the bug header.
> Example: if a bug header says 4.4.0, the bug has been last reported in
> the version 4.4.0, if it is marked as fixed this fix should appear in
> Of course for those compiling from SVN it is fixed in their next
> update, for those using a distribution in will be in the next version
> shipped by the distribution.
Thanks, Myriam. Some bugs do not have a version specified, but they
have SVN commits. Here is an example of one such bug:
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