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PostPosted: Mon Nov 20, 2006 1:26 am 
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This forum posts should be either:

Bug - There is something wrong with existing functionality
RFE - Request for some extension to something already present or something related to what we're already doing.
Idea - Something thats optional/opinion based that probably needs discussion before going ahead.

As and when the posts are resolved (either by updates or saying no) they'll be moved over to the archive.


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While it's only me actively squishing these I go in phases. I wait for a bunch to build up (unless they're deadly bugs) and then spend an evening just knocking them out. So, on the odd occasion it might take a little while before your bug gets resolved.

On another note, bugs that I can't see a solution to, or think are going to take an awfully long time may hand around for longer. These are going to end up form a little pool at the bottom of the forum.

Just for info, so you can understand what might be going on.

Kev


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Please use following prefixes when reporting a BUG/RFE

RFE: I want something new to be included in slick
BUG: Method x of class y didn't work as expected
RFE means 'Request For Enhancement'
Don't use TASK: as it is a todo list for Kev.

When posting a bug please include as much information as you can.
Like: Screenshots, A test case that visually shows the problem, The code that fixes the problem.

A good example

When changes are made in svn the topics are moved to the resolved bugs/rfe archive


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