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20 Dec 2007 09:51:28 +0100
Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.4
I am working my way through the algebra issues on IssueTracker. For the
moment, I give those bugs that are fixed in FriCAS the status "fix proposed",
with a comment that it is fixed in FriCAS. (Of course, as soon as I encounter
a fixed bug in one of the other versions, I will do the same, adding the
comment "fixed in " XXX, but I have yet to compile the current versions.)
I hope this is acceptable to all.
However, I ran into another, more principal problem: some bug reports contain
actually several different bugs (shame on me!) that I thought to be related
when I entered them, but it now turns out that this is not the case. An
example is bug #293.
Should I split the bug report in two? I believe I shouldn't, because this
might confuse people who are referring to the bug with the IssueTracker number
(as they should, in my opinion). But I'm open for suggestions.
- [Axiom-developer] IssueTracker,
Martin Rubey <=