> IMO, you didn't *need* to add any comment to the merge proposal other than
> "Bugs filed" -- I can read the bugs myself.
FYI: Matthias asked me (in a separate email discussion) to add a small review
of the issues I fount in the merge proposal: please take this issue with him.
> Sorin wrote: "Keep in mind that I have spent my time in order to give you a
> hand in pointing out the issues I found."
> It's all of our job to review each others' code under the "New Order" so
> please don't act like it was a personal favor.
OK, next time I will review your code I will simply add a one sentence in the
merge proposal and keep adding comments because you clearly think this is
> I never questioned your adding separate bugs. For the record, I *like*
> separate bugs. I *only* questioned why you added EXPECTED_FAILURE for those
> bugs that, as I've pointed out, is unnecessary and not only creates more work
> for you (because you put them in) but more work for me (because I have to take
> them out).
I will never do this again.
> Sorin wrote: "And to prove my point: you already wrote 2 comments *without*
> even looking over *any* of the issues I have raised."
> *My* point has *nothing* to do with any bugs in particular. Chris understands
> my point. Do you?
No, I do not. IMHO you are missing the point, that is: let's try to fix the
*bugs* and discuss the procedures later.
Do you understand my point?
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