Reverting most pressing bug: button flashing - mouse wheel zooming breaks
justin_luth at sil.org
Mon Oct 28 17:11:16 UTC 2019
There has been a "most pressing bug" in the ESC minutes for months
without any noticeable developer investigation happening.
+ button flashing - mouse wheel zooming breaks
+ Armin ?
+ 21 duplicate
+ even just identifying the problematic part of the commit would be helpful (Xisco)
The patch causing this bug has it's own meta-bug report in fact.
Since there is nobody interested in actually fixing the regressions,
today I attempted to simply revert it for the 6.3 branch
(https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/81605). That wasn't too hard to do. The
biggest concern of course is how many other patches have landed in the
past year that depend on this patch. Unit tests suggest NONE, Since no
one was willing to fix any of the bugs, do we have any choice except to
revert? The next step is to revert from master unless someone is
willing to take responsibility for this patch for LO 6.4.
As an amateur, I'm not really interested in taking responsibility for
reverting the patch either, since I cannot guarantee that I will be able
to resolve any problems arising from that action. So I'm hoping that
someone competent will review and take over.
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