Sorry, if I was not clear.
You said "Don't top-post please."
"Please advise me what I am to do in such situations?
What is the correct method? I wish to follow the rules."
was asking what am I supposed to do if I am not supposed to bump (is
that the same as top-post?) but there has been no reply or interest in
the subject, yet the subject (as you thankfully proved) is worthy of
attention? Sorry for being unfamiliar with the rule on this.
I have posted the bug.
Thanks for taking the time to confirm that there was an actual problem.
On 04/10/2009 12:22 PM, Martin Nordholts wrote:
> The correct method for what? Filing bug reports? Take a look at
> And I would prefer to keep the discussion on-list
> - Martin
> Jay Smith wrote:
>> Thank you for your reply and information.
>> Again, I apologize for bumping the topic. Please advise me what I am to
>> do in such situations? What is the correct method? I wish to follow
>> the rules.
>> On 04/10/2009 11:36 AM, Martin Nordholts wrote:
>>> Jay Smith wrote:
>>>> Sorry to bump this, but after 8 days on this list and on gimp-user,
>>>> there has been absolutely no comment.
>>> Don't top-post please.
>>> This happens to me as well and from looking at the code it also
>>> happens for gbr, gih, pat, pnm and raw which opens a file for writing
>>> like this:
>>> fd = g_open (filename, O_CREAT | O_TRUNC | O_WRONLY | _O_BINARY,
>>> E.g png instead uses
>>> fp = g_fopen (filename, "wb");
>>> This inconsistency doesn't make any sense, feel free to open a bug
>>> report. The latter is identical to the former apart from the
>>> permissions, so we probably want to use the latter for all plug-ins.
>>> - Martin
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