Re: Closing bugs in removed packages, plus .status format change
On Sat, Mar 29, 2003 at 02:38:44PM +1000, Anthony Towns wrote:
> unarchive 12345 -1
> # -1 now refers to new bug number 234567, which is open, and whose
> # log contains a copy of the log from 12345; 12345 is left archived,
> # bug its log has a note that 234567 has been cloned from it
> reassign 234567 foobar
> severity 234567 serious
I assume that you meant:
unarchive 12345 -1
reassign -1 foobar
severity -1 serious
IOW, just like clone?
I agree that unarchived bugs might get spammed even worse than others,
since spammers had at least 28 more days to harvest their email@example.com
Perhaps we could have a default behaviour of -1 being implied and a new bug
being cloned like you describe. This would eliminate excess typing and make
it seem more like the reopen command.
Heck. Why not make reopen smart like that? And then let unarchive actually
do the more atomic operation of just unarchiving a bug (for, say, the
purpose of adding a tag or a version (in the future when that's implemented)
to a bug and then archiving it back).
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