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Software Engineer at Actia(China) Automotive.


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awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
6
comment Is committing/checking in code everyday a good practice?
Then if it is complex feature integration/development, it is still a big loss not to commit it, maybe not to the trunk, but at least in a branch for this feature, that's what branches are for !
Jul
6
comment Is committing/checking in code everyday a good practice?
Why is this answer with (IMO) the only correct and accurate answer (point 2) so low rated ?! Of course that's the point of a branch! @Mason Wheeler: So you enjoy coding several days in a raw without commit a single time ? Then why using a version control system ?!
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Best practice for marking a bug as resolved in Bugzilla ?
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comment Best practice for marking a bug as resolved in Bugzilla ?
@Michael Kjörling: Thanks for your answer, that is a pertinent point you highlight ! sebastiangeiger: Yes you are right, I will think of a way or flow to follow that the team should respect to insure it is done and is as painless as possible.
Jul
5
comment Best practice for marking a bug as resolved in Bugzilla ?
That is a good idea indeed, however it means more process and overhead for "one" bug. Providing a specific format for the bug summary could make the management simpler ([INT. FIX] "summary of the bug previously reported"). I will wait for some more answers before making my choice of accepted answer ;)
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awarded  Student
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asked Best practice for marking a bug as resolved in Bugzilla ?