On 11/20/2010 06:02 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
That's not what I'm talking about. There have been multiple
where updates have been pushed that were *completely broken*: they could
not work at all, in any fashion, for anyone. It doesn't happen a lot,
but it happens; enough to prove that not all maintainers test updates
before pushing them.
Just to provide some examples, here are the bugzilla entries for a
package that didn't even start up
), and another one
for a package that crashed on a first elementary operation
FYI, I fixed the latter, and the former is still there in Fedora 14.
Hopefully AutoQA will solve many of those problems, if we can come up
with test cases and a method to check elementary GUI operation.