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Re: why was there no bug filed?

also sprach Mark Brown <broonie@sirena.org.uk> [2002.12.05.1228 +0100]:
> It would be easy to file bugs when builds fail but it would be hard to
> do this constructively.  For example, there are basic things like
> checking that the bug isn't already filed which would be hard to
> automate.  You need to look at the build log to see why the build failed
> then look at the BTS to see if the bug is there already.  There are also
> things like known architecture issues like buggy compilers or library
> builds that aren't really bugs in the packages themselves.

thanks for the explanation!

> "You grabbed my hand and we fell into it, like a daydream - or a fever."

we're trapped in the belly of this horrible machine,
and the machine is bleeding to death.

soooo good!

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