[Libreoffice] What is the exact system & switches used for the x86 linux build?
kendy at suse.cz
Tue May 3 05:19:05 PDT 2011
On 2011-04-30 at 23:58 +0200, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
> affected Distros (at least)
> * Mandriva 2010.2
> * Debian Lenny
> * Ubuntu 10.4
> * Ubuntu 10.10
> * Fedora 14
> * Fedora 15
> * Puppy (not sure what version, wasn't mentioned)
> There is no point in releaseing beta after beta when you cannot run it.
> For beta1 - OK; shit happens. But beta1 should have taught the lesson
> to do minimal sanity checks before releasing the builds/putting them
> on the mirror/announcing them.
> beta2: OK, might have been special distros only.
> beta3: Sorry, no mercy, no understanding why this happens yet again.
The problem here is that the bug did not have the proper visibility for
quite a long time - this is one of those that should have been added to
the Most Annoying Bugs as soon as it showed up it is a broader problem.
Without that, we did not have the opportunity to spot it / give it the
I am afraid that the use & rules for the Most Annoying Bugs is not
enough widespread yet, so please let me summarize it:
- To get the proper attention to the real blockers, they _must_ appear
in the Most Annoying Bugs
- The Most Annoying Bugs are meant for really serious bugs only, and not
for "my favorite red button should be blue"; such bugs will be removed
If they do not appear there, there is a big probability they'll be
overlooked, even if mentioned on all the mailing lists many times.
BTW, the nightly build from yesterday evening has the issue fixed:
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