GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 709832
max DEBUG_LEVEL Incongruence on docs & autocompletion logic between 5 and 9
Last modified: 2013-10-11 08:37:59 UTC
Created attachment 256924 [details] [review]
Patch attached. OK to commit?
Comment on attachment 256924 [details] [review]
Go ahead :)
Thanks for taking a look ;)
Author: Reynaldo H. Verdejo Pinochet <email@example.com>
Date: Thu Oct 10 08:30:27 2013 -0700
core: Fix max DEBUG_LEVEL incongruence on 5 vs 9
In the docs and the autocompletion logic the maximum
value jumped incongruently between 5 and 9.
Please try to put the bug url at the bottom of commit messages where applicable, and set target milestone to the next stable version (or dev version if only pushed to master) that will have the commit. (Otherwise set to none)
Hi Tim. Thanks for your comments.
The lack of #bugno in the commit msg relates to the fact the patch
predates the bug report (I filled it just to get the patch reviewed),
so it felt backwards to mod the msg afterwards. I can do it if it's a
requirement of course (I already do when the bug report predates the fix).
Please confirm and I will make sure to follow suit.
About the milestone I commited to both master and 1.2 so thought 1.2.X
was the correct one.
You can rewrite commit messages with "git commit --amend" (if it's the top commit), or "git rebase origin/master --interactive" for example. Also if you use git-bz, it can help you to create bug reports or attach commits to bug reports automatically (and will add the bug url to the commit messages). Makes everything much easier :)
The target milestone should always be the next release that this fix will be part of, with stable releases taking preferences over unstable ones. So stuff that is backported to 1.2 now would get 1.2.1, stuff that only is in master will get 1.3.1. I don't know what the 1.2.X or 1.3.X milestone is good for :)