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Gotta love the informative changelogs :)

On Mon, 04 Nov 2002 23:16:48 +0300, Eugene Zhuravlev wrote:

Ariadna, build 671 is available at http://www.intellij.net/eap.

Changes in build 671 from 670:

Bugfixes


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You can easily get a list of bugs fixed using the ITN Tracker. Create a
filter with the criteria: "Fixed in" EQUALS "671". Then apply the filter.

Mark Derricutt wrote:

Gotta love the informative changelogs :)

On Mon, 04 Nov 2002 23:16:48 +0300, Eugene Zhuravlev wrote:

>>Ariadna, build 671 is available at http://www.intellij.net/eap.
>>
>>Changes in build 671 from 670:
>>
>>Bugfixes



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Gordon Tyler
Software Developer, R&D
Sitraka -- Performance is Mission Critical

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Gordon Tyler wrote:

You can easily get a list of bugs fixed using the ITN Tracker. Create a
filter with the criteria: "Fixed in" EQUALS "671". Then apply the filter.


So, what is easier? One person at IntelliJ exports such a list and
appends it to the announcement or thousends of people go to the tracker
and generate such a list.
We use bugzilla and it is really easy to generate such a list.

ciao

Marc Salm
http://www.codebasket.de
--
My software never has bugs. It just develops random features.

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One can easily get the list like this by using the tracker. We only include
the changes that we consider to be important for everybody (or at least for
many people).
Particular bugfixes should not be generally interesting for most of the
users - if you have never experienced a bug than you don't need to know it's
fixed, if you have experienced it than you have submitted it (I hope :)) so
you'll get a notification when it's fixed.

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

"Marc Salm" <m.salm@mediacare.de> wrote in message
news:3DC7833D.2050603@mediacare.de...

Gordon Tyler wrote:

You can easily get a list of bugs fixed using the ITN Tracker. Create a
filter with the criteria: "Fixed in" EQUALS "671". Then apply the

filter.
>

So, what is easier? One person at IntelliJ exports such a list and
appends it to the announcement or thousends of people go to the tracker
and generate such a list.
We use bugzilla and it is really easy to generate such a list.

>

ciao

>

Marc Salm
http://www.codebasket.de
--
My software never has bugs. It just develops random features.

>


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Is there a nice (URI only) API for the Tracker? It looks like the
current system uses POST to submit the query. If there were a nice
URI-API (like Google :)), it would not hurt to include a link to a
'Fixed in <BUILD#>' query. That way the information would not be
duplicated in the news group.

(Caveat -- Hopefully such a feature would not bring down the tracker
after an announcement!)

Regards,
JM



Valentin Kipiatkov wrote:

One can easily get the list like this by using the tracker. We only include
the changes that we consider to be important for everybody (or at least for
many people).
Particular bugfixes should not be generally interesting for most of the
users - if you have never experienced a bug than you don't need to know it's
fixed, if you have experienced it than you have submitted it (I hope :)) so
you'll get a notification when it's fixed.

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

"Marc Salm" <m.salm@mediacare.de> wrote in message
news:3DC7833D.2050603@mediacare.de...

>>Gordon Tyler wrote:
>>
>>>You can easily get a list of bugs fixed using the ITN Tracker. Create a
>>>filter with the criteria: "Fixed in" EQUALS "671". Then apply the


filter.

>>So, what is easier? One person at IntelliJ exports such a list and
>>appends it to the announcement or thousends of people go to the tracker
>>and generate such a list.
>>We use bugzilla and it is really easy to generate such a list.
>>
>>ciao
>>
>>Marc Salm
>>http://www.codebasket.de
>>--
>>My software never has bugs. It just develops random features.
>>



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Tracker will accept such kind of request:
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/searchSCR?ok=search&search=Search&Field0=fixedInBuild&Operation0=EQUALS&Value0=672

But be aware that it can be subject of change.

--
Tibor Mlynarik
JetBrains, Inc / IntelliJ Software
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"J Mosser" <user@domain.invalid> wrote in message news:aq8vkg$stu$1@is.intellij.net...

Is there a nice (URI only) API for the Tracker? It looks like the
current system uses POST to submit the query. If there were a nice
URI-API (like Google :)), it would not hurt to include a link to a
'Fixed in <BUILD#>' query. That way the information would not be
duplicated in the news group.

>

(Caveat -- Hopefully such a feature would not bring down the tracker
after an announcement!)

>

Regards,
JM

>
>
>

Valentin Kipiatkov wrote:

One can easily get the list like this by using the tracker. We only include
the changes that we consider to be important for everybody (or at least for
many people).
Particular bugfixes should not be generally interesting for most of the
users - if you have never experienced a bug than you don't need to know it's
fixed, if you have experienced it than you have submitted it (I hope :)) so
you'll get a notification when it's fixed.

>

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>

"Marc Salm" <m.salm@mediacare.de> wrote in message
news:3DC7833D.2050603@mediacare.de...

>
>>Gordon Tyler wrote:
>>
>>>You can easily get a list of bugs fixed using the ITN Tracker. Create a
>>>filter with the criteria: "Fixed in" EQUALS "671". Then apply the
>

filter.

>
>>So, what is easier? One person at IntelliJ exports such a list and
>>appends it to the announcement or thousends of people go to the tracker
>>and generate such a list.
>>We use bugzilla and it is really easy to generate such a list.
>>
>>ciao
>>
>>Marc Salm
>>http://www.codebasket.de
>>--
>>My software never has bugs. It just develops random features.
>>
>
>
>

>


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Hmm, I'd prefer a list that I could look at and hopefully get an idea as to just how 'urgent' it is that I download the latest update over my dial-up connection...

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