Subject: Re: PATCH: automatic fillin of version number on bug reports
From: Bryce Nesbitt (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Dec 28 2001 - 16:22:11 CST
Alan Horkan wrote:
> On Thu, 27 Dec 2001, Bryce Nesbitt wrote:
> > Randy Kramer wrote:
> > >
> > > Bryce Nesbitt wrote:
> > > > Bugzilla already gives you a cookie. Second time around you're not
> > > > asked for the login.
> > >
> > > That's not been my experience. Subsequent times I'm not asked to login
> > > *unless* I've restarted IE5 or rebooted my computer since the last
> > > time. I thought a cookie would stay "in there"? (Or is this a "session
> > > based cookie" (whatever that is exactly).)
> > >
> > > Randy Kramer
> > Ok, ok, Bugzilla 2.11 also has a bug that causes it to lose it's cookies
> > for no apparent reason. Some people it happens all the time. Others
> > never.
> I always blame the fact that im behind a proxy server ... (vague memories
> of cookies acting funny with proxies, damn my foggy memory)
> > Bug the bugzilla folks :-).
> the mozilla bugzilla is huge and scarey, (at least 10 times bigger than
> abiword) if you can give me a few relevant bug numbers i might be able to
> contribute something useful
It happens without proxies also.
It's been a bug for so long I no longer remember details. Perhaps AbiSource
should start by upgrading bugzilla.
Mozilla's Bugzilla Bugzilla is not so scarry. Mozilla Brower Bugzilla is scarry.
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