[Wine] Re: fixme: How?
roboknight at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 00:50:16 CDT 2007
What Mantar said can be extended to anything wine outputs labelled
"fixme"... it means
that the developer knows there is probably an issue and nothing has
been done. It is a
reminder to "fix it later". So, unless you can implement the code for
those fixmes, you
will probably have to post it as a "bug"... You can identify it as a
"fixme" bug (meaning that
it isn't an error, but rather needs implementation). But, before you
go posting bugs willy-nilly,
make sure that:
A) There isn't already a bug posted for it.
B) That you cannot work around it (in your case, it does not appear you
As an app maintainer (and maybe even if you aren't) you should be able
to "vote" for the bug as well. It will help get a developer working on
Mantar, Feyelno nek dusa wrote:
> A stub means that this function hasn't been written yet. When the
> application calls that function, it just prints out a "stub" fixme line
> and exits, telling the app that it succeeded. This prevents the app from
> freaking out and crashing or anything, but it doesn't actually do
> anything. It's beyond troubleshooting and into programming, basically.
> - Mantar --- Drop YourPantiesSirWilliam to email me.
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