Commit 8e22fa7e authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

How to reassign a bug to a list of packages.

parent eb4c6ace
2009-08-22 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* notes/bugtracker: How to reassign a bug to a list of packages.
* notes/newfile: Details of how to check for problems with DOS 8+3
file-name restrictions.
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......@@ -179,8 +179,9 @@ tags 123 + wontfix
*** To merge bugs:
Eg when bad replies create a bunch of new bugs for the same report.
Bugs must all be in the same state (e.g. same package(s) and severity),
but need not have the same tags (tags are merged). E.g.:
Bugs must all be in the same state (e.g. same package(s) and severity
-- see `reassign' and `severity' below), but need not have the same
tags (tags are merged). E.g.:
merge 123 124 125 ...
......@@ -189,7 +190,8 @@ of merged bugs only affects individual bugs, not all of them.
*** Forcing a merge:
Like `merge', but bugs need not be in the same state. The packages
must still match though. The first one listed is the master. E.g.:
must still match though (see `reassign' below). The first one listed
is the master. E.g.:
forcemerge 123 124 125 ...
......@@ -238,6 +240,9 @@ fixed 123 23.0.60
*** To remove a "fixed" mark:
notfixed 123 23.0.60
*** To assign or reassign a bug to a package or list of packages:
reassign 1234 emacs,cc-mode
** To remove spam from the tracker, move it to the `spam' pseudo-package:
reassign 123 spam
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