[Openmcl-devel] bug reports and suggestions

Kristian Bredin kristianbredin at gmail.com
Fri May 22 10:13:11 PDT 2009

Point taken. :)


22 maj 2009 kl. 03.34 skrev R. Matthew Emerson:

> I encourage everyone to consider creating Trac tickets for bugs and
> feature suggestions.
> I know it's extra bother, but it's easy (at least for me) to lose
> track of issues reported or good suggestions made in mail, especially
> at times when there's greater than usual activity on the mailing list.
> If you don't have a Trac login, you'll need to register in order to
> create tickets.  To register, go to http://trac.clozure.com/openmcl/
> and click on the "Register" link.  (It's on the top-right corner of
> the page, right under the "Search" button.)  If you supply your email
> address, you'll be notified when tickets you originate or comment on
> are updated.
> There's no confirmation email process (for now, anyway).  After
> filling out the registration form, just click the "Login" link to log
> in, and then click on "New Ticket".
> If you think something might warrant a ticket but aren't completely
> sure, please go ahead and create the ticket anyway.  It's no big deal
> to resolve the ticket as "invalid" or "duplicate" or whatever.  If
> you're willing to search the existing tickets for your bug or
> enhancement request before creating a new one, so much the better.
> Feel free to add comments onto existing tickets if you think that
> would be helpful.
> (A Trac tip:  the timeline view at http://trac.clozure.com/openmcl/ 
> timeline
>   is available as an RSS feed, if you want to the gory details of
> every commit.  Scroll down to the very bottom of the page and you'll
> see an "RSS Feed" link.)
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