2011.03.20 11:35, Volker Heggemann rašė:
Am 20.03.2011 09:27, schrieb Rimas Kudelis:
2011.03.20 10:17, Volker Heggemann rašė:
is it allowed and desired to add a new test run to litmus? What
happened if I clone the test runs from 3.3.1 RC to 3.3.2 RC?
Will there be a ID mismatch or will this work?
BTW.: What about putting links into testcases? Is this possible
I think it's about time we should start storing the list of
problems we have on a wiki page, cause it's hard to remember what
those problems are after a few weeks of not touching Litmus...
Do we have a wiki page dedicated to TCM? I think those bugs
should be listed in it.
We got this:
with localized pages in tree.
Is that what you mean?
If we create a new page in this tree, all can put their comments
there. May we only make a intl. (english) side?
Before we do this, the question that we have to answer is: Who will
read this issues/feature requests and be able to fix that? As i saw
the error last time i found a hint to Perl. So is there someone
outside there know's this?
Maybe, maybe not. My point is that documenting bugs in this discussion
is not very effective. It would be better to have them all listed in a
single easily findable place on our wiki. :)
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