How does Bugzilla operate

Frank D. Engel, Jr. fde101 at fjrhome.net
Wed Jan 12 11:00:42 EST 2005


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One possible workaround is to place the code at a higher level in the 
project, then allow the code to be inherited by the graphic.

For example, if all such graphics are on the same card, you might 
consider taking the code from your template graphic and using it as the 
script of a group containing your template graphic.  Then when you 
clone the template graphic, Rev should automatically put it into that 
same group, thus it will automatically inherit the script.


As for Bugzilla responses, it seems to vary greatly: sometimes a few 
hours, sometimes a few months, has anyone seen it go into years yet?  I 
haven't been around the Rev community that long, so I can't really say 
on that one.

I have at reports dating back to August which have been more or less 
'confirmed', but have not been fixed, for example.  And even when they 
finally are fixed, the correction generally won't appear until the next 
release of Rev.

OTOH, I made a few reports back in October which were fixed in 
December.  So it does seem to vary quite a bit.

On Jan 12, 2005, at 10:07 AM, Burrton Wodruff wrote:

> Hi Folk,
>
> On Dec 18, 2004 I reported a problem that became bug 2477. I created a 
> stack that reliably demonstrated the problem and posted it for 
> download.
>
> In Rev 2.2.1 I could create a graphic with a script. The technique 
> worked great in both the development environment and in standalones.
>
> In Rev 2.5 the procedure doesn't work.  I rewrote the code so a 
> graphic with the proper script is clones rather than created. This 
> revision worked great in the development environment and FAILS in the 
> standalone.
>
> Its my understanding, in Rev 2.2.1 scripts longer than 10 lines (rough 
> estimate of size) cannot be compiled in a standalone. I had gotten the 
> scripts on the newly created graphic real short. Evidently in Rev 2.5 
> any script is too long to compile.
>
> Any body got a work around? The only thing I see to do is to figure 
> out some way to restructure the task so I'm checking to see if the 
> mouse is down within one of the graphics and then trigger the task.
>
> How long does it generally take to get a bugzilla response?
>
> Thanks all for your thoughts,
>
> Burt Woodruff
> Ripple Software
>
>
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Frank D. Engel, Jr.  <fde101 at fjrhome.net>

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Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have 
everlasting life.
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