[asterisk-dev] app_fax build issue and bug tracking

Brendan Martens brendan.martens at crosscomm.net
Wed Nov 19 07:39:53 CST 2008

I guess I will not try to argue this here then if there is discussion  
elsewhere... But that sounds ridiculous. Is the 1.6.0 branch not meant  
to be used by anyone?

Just because it's not a "regression" technically doesn't mean it's not  
something that's broken. And we have a fix for it already.

Brendan Martens
Server Administrator
CrossComm, Inc.
919.667.9432 ofc
919.688.7686 fax

On Nov 18, 2008, at 3:12 PM, Jason Parker wrote:

> Brendan Martens wrote:
>> I tried to enter a bug report for app_fax in /branches/1.6.0/ but  
>> it was
>> closed.... I don't really understand the reason, qwell's explanation
>> didn't make a lot of sense to me. Am I wrong to assume that we want  
>> to
>> apply a known fix for a bug in /branches/1.6.0/?
>> Also it would be great if there was a way on the bug tracking  
>> system to
>> post to a closed bug. I have no way to communicate with qwell about  
>> this
>> issue except on this list or by opening another bug...
>> Here is the bug report I opened in regards to this:
>> http://bugs.digium.com/bug_view_advanced_page.php?bug_id=13913
>> I apologize if I am just missing something or not understanding a
>> process, I'm just trying to help a bug get squashed.
>> Brendan Martens
> We only fix regressions in the 1.6.0 branch (there has been a lot of  
> discussion
> on this list and elsewhere about release policy - you should be able  
> to find
> them rather easily).  Since app_fax is a new feature, it cannot by  
> definition be
> a regression.
> This has already been fixed in svn trunk, and will be fixed in  
> future releases.
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