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Re: Handling BUGS.

From: Marius Vollmer
Subject: Re: Handling BUGS.
Date: 24 Mar 2002 21:40:38 +0100
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Thien-Thi Nguyen <address@hidden> writes:

>    I see that we already have a workbook/bugs directory (thanks!).  What
>    about putting the following README into it, as a start:
>        [field deinition / documentation]
> cool.

Ok, I will 'implement' this then and move the current BUGS files into
the database.

>        The names of the bug files can be chosen arbitrarily, but must
>        start with a lower case letter.  If you don't want to use a
>        symbolic name, use a name of the form "bug-<n>" where <n> is the
>        next unused number.  these names are used to refer to bugs from
>        within the description of other bugs, and in discussions, so it
>        helps to use mildly descriptive names.
> maybe something like ?

I don't think bugs need numbers, just no-bugs-database should be

> we also need to ask if/how a bug-000.scm (that would exercise the
> bug) are to be referenced and/or included in the database.

Yes, good point.  What about simply saying that the bug file itself
has no "." in its name, and related files like test scripts do?

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