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Re: Status of Bugzilla?


On 7 Feb 2002, Tom Tromey wrote:

> >>>>> "Joseph" == Joseph S Myers <jsm28@cam.ac.uk> writes:
> 
> Joseph> I'd be happy with the answer "gcc-bugs will get everything,
> Joseph> gcc-prs will go away" (and don't really care what goes to
> Joseph> java-prs), since I think the present multiple bugs lists (with
> Joseph> a lot of duplication) are more complicated and confusing than
> Joseph> necessary.
> 
> Generally speaking I'm interested in every Java bug report and in very
> few reports against any other part of the compiler.  Having a separate
> Java list serves me well.  That said, I don't care whether the
> distribution mechanism happens to be a list or whether I'm simply
> auto-CCd on every Java report -- just so long as I don't have to poll
> the web server to see what is new.
> 
In that case, it's easiest to just assign the initial owner of java 
component bugs to a java list, and just assign the rest of the components 
to gcc-prs by default.


--Dan


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