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Re: Wrong GCC PR2020 annotated for "[committed, libgomp,amdgcn] Fix plugin-gcn.c bug"

On 23/01/2020 15:28, Jakub Jelinek wrote:
On Thu, Jan 23, 2020 at 04:23:01PM +0100, Thomas Schwinge wrote:

On 2020-01-23T12:46:24+0000, Andrew Stubbs <> wrote:
I've committed this patch to fix a bug in the OpenMP argument parsing.


Why did "the system" decided to annotate <>?
For obvious reasons, there are "2020" references in this commit, but
nothing with a "PR" or "PR [...]/" prefix.

Thus, some problem in GCC's Git/Bugzilla hooks?

I think it also recognizes bug NNNN and matches any whitespace in between
the bug and word and number.  The commit message has:
.................................................... bug


Perhaps we should match only at most one newline (but that is non-fun with
the various Unix/MSDOS/MacOS line endings), or not match if the number is
followed by - without whitespace?


Perhaps we should restrict that to a single line, ie only horizontal white space. Our commit style isn't really that free-form when citing bugs. Or perhaps require [:.]?\w after the number (ie an optional period or colon and then some white space).


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