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Re: The new way of closing bugs (dinstall)

On Sun, Apr 28, 2002 at 01:07:07AM -0300, Henrique de Moraes Holschuh wrote:
> On Sat, 27 Apr 2002, Jérôme Marant wrote:
> >   Adam Heath was right on that point: it is necessary to
> >   add an intermediate state, say pending-closed for bugs that
> >   have been closed before dinstall runs.  
> Agreed. IMHO dinstall should tag them "pending+fixed", and close the bug
> just when the files are installed into the archive proper.

but wouldn't this bring us back to the original problem where bts gets
flooded with closing requests when the packages get moved to the

Does BTS have somekind of priority queue? if so, this could be used to
drop request the final closing of the bugs (or to add more states to the
bugs: fixed+testing, fixed+unstable) without a major performance

i really do think that this sort of major tracking would be needed to
see which of the bugs are really open in testing and stable.


			  -< Sami Haahtinen >-
      -[ Is it still a bug, if we have learned to live with it? ]-
	-< 2209 3C53 D0FB 041C F7B1  F908 A9B6 F730 B83D 761C >-

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