On Sat, Mar 24, 2001 at 02:58:45PM +0200, Sinisa Milivojevic wrote:
> Robert Nice writes:
> > Sinisa Milivojevic wrote:
> > Yep, that seems to have sorted it. At least it's been stable for
> > the past few hours. What's the story with these patches (for the
> > masochists among us)?
> > Cheers,
> > --
> > > Robert Nice
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> What do you mean by story ?? How bug has crawled in ?? When you add
> features or try to optimize things you make mistakes. That is all.
... and when you have insufficient regression tests and/or testing.
As developers we do make mistakes, and it can be the simplest of changes that
"can't affect anything else" that catch us out - so the only way
to give yourself a chance of catching these slips is to properly
regression test, including behavioural tests and not just result tests
every time. It sounds like whatever the issue was here would then have
But hey, it's free and excellent, and if you pick a release that works
well for you (the golden 3.22.32 fits the bill for me) and avoid the
frequently misguided "get the latest version" mentality - unless you
can accept that sometimes something might be broken - then you
shouldn't have any problems.