Bugs to be Buried

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Closing bugs

Bugs categorization

At the moment there are two main categories to fill with bug reports:

  1. Bugs to be closed: includes reports which are already implemented or fixed in the current releases such as 1.4 or 1.5.
  2. Bugs need information: includes reports which are "useless" in their current state as do not contain enough information to find and fix the issue or are simply related to very old Scribus versions. We may send a message to the reporter and, if there is no response, close them.

0. Bugs that need a verdict

1. Bugs to be closed

Note : there is a #tobeclosed tag in the bug tracker. See list of #tobeclosed bugs

<mantis> bugid = 3347, 4808, 5590, 5708, 6230, 8183, header = true color = true show = id, category, priority, created, updated, summary comment#3347 = Works on 1.4.5.svn and 1.5.0.svn (likely due to a bad usage of Scribus). MrB: Proposed behaviour seems better than current comment#5708 = Can we close this? comment#5590 = seems obsolete comment#6230 = Works on 1.4.4 with the plugin "Align_an_Image_in_its_Frame". Port the script to 1.5.0.svn? </mantis>

2. Bugs need information

<mantis> bugid = 393,2568,2583,2421,3096,3822,4883,4885,5283,6079,6205,7147,8254,9159,9169,9296,9365,10265,11361,11447,11605,11624, header = true color = true show = id, category, priority, created, updated, summary comment#2583 = Should be reproduced or closed comment#3096 = Updated! Bug still exists in certain conditions comment#3822 = Should be reproduced or closed comment#4883 = comment#4885 = comment#9296 = Can someone reproduce this? comment#10265 = No steps or files to reproduce with (Updated:12-Feb-07) comment#11361 = Taking a more in depth look later (Updated: 13-Jan-07) comment#11447 = Not sure if it's an issue or wrong usage of Scribus (Updated: 13-Mar-05 / Requested Feedback: 14-Jul-08) comment#11605 = Needs info comment#11624 = Needs ideas (Requested Feedback: 14-Jul-04)