Hi, I wrote about the "initial_sub_region:: error :: src->w * (src->bytes +
1) > 521" bug/message to this list some time ago, and now it appears
somebody has submitted a bug report to the bug list about it (which I should
have done myself in the first place, I guess). That somebody obviously
entered the subject line by hand, because now it reads "> 521", instead of
"512", but thanks anyway :-)
However, the automated confirmation message sent to me from bugs.gnome.org
(see below) says the report did not include a Package: line. I attempted to
reassign the report to package gimp, but everything I send to either
control@, request@, [EMAIL PROTECTED] is failing to arrive
there. Do you need special permission to do this stuff? I scanned most of
the help on bugs.gnome.org but couldn't find anything there about it. Also,
I have no way of accessing the ticket with this number, the bugs site can't
find it :/ Am I too wait before it appears somewhere?
----- Original Message -----
From: Webmaster <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: Paul Melis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, 11 December, 2000 15:35
Subject: Bug#34849: Confirmation (initial_sub_region:: error :: src->w *
(src->bytes + 1) > 521)
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> Your message didn't have a Package: line at the start (in the
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