Comment #4 on issue 2655 by trupti_p...@xyratex.com: Email being sent for
comment with 0 character length
cancelling the first comment dialog shouldn't be creating a draft, so
there should be nothing to publish, thus no email.
Correct. In fact the "publish" option should be made unavailable when the
comment dialogue is made empty followed by a clock on "OK".
To simplify the reproduction, try this:
1) Open one review request.
2) Add one genuine comment
3) At some other line,
(i) click on "Add comment" at say line x, type something say 5
characters, click OK.
(ii) The comment appears there on line x and the "publish" option is now
(iii) Now move at some other line say y, type something say 10
characters, click OK
(iv) Now, delete all those 10 characters which are part of the comment
at line y and click OK
(v) Now click "publish"
As a result of publish, an email is generated. This email should only talk
about the comment added at line x and it should not talk anything about
comment that was attempted to be added at line y.
But in reality, the email would talk about comment added at line x with 5
characters and it will also indicate that comment was added at line y
though with 0 characters!
Hope that helps.
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