RunRev Script Editor and Linux

Éric Miclo eric.miclo at wanadoo.fr
Wed Jul 14 13:46:28 CDT 2010


Le 14 juil. 2010 à 17:17, Richard Gaskin a écrit :

> 
> I ran a test this morning in which I had my browser (Firefox) open while working with both Rev and MC.  In both apps I was able to copy and paste within a script, between the scripts editors of each IDE, between the editors and GEdit, and even between the editors and Firefox.  All worked a treat.
> 
> This was not in a virtualized system.  This was working directly on a stock Lenova Q100 (not an especially beefy system, with its Atom processor and just 1 GB RAM), under Ubuntu 10.04.
> 
> If there's more to this recipe please let me know.  Once the recipe can be reproduced consistently on other systems it can be debugged and fixed.
> 
> 
> FWIW, yesterday I read all 153 RQCC reports that come up when searching for "Linux":
> <http://quality.runrev.com/qacenter/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=Linux>
> 
> I'm spending an increasing amount of my time in Linux, and need to stay abreast of the state of the engine there.  Currently I have two Win systems, two Macs, and four Linux systems so this is important to my work.
> 
> Of those 153 reports, only two mention "print" in the subject line, one of which is being investigated by the team as I write this (7017) and the other noted by the submitter as having a simple workaround (8477).
> 

Hello Richard,

What makes you say that bug #7017 is under investigation by the team?

It is still unconfirmed since 2 years.

Bug #8477 is unconfirmed too.

Best regards,

ÉrIC

PS: I stopped reporting bugs because it's just a waste of time.

> I was unable to turn up any reports from you, or even additional comments from you in those reports which might provide useful information for diagnostics (though I should note that Mark Weider has provided a lot of detail in the Linux reports he's submitted - thanks Mark!).
> 
> When looking at that list of Linux issues, using Find to look for "copy" or "paste" yields no results.
> 
> You can submit a new report here:
> <http://quality.runrev.com/qacenter/enter_bug.cgi>
> 
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