[Framework-Team] Re: Re: PLIP 212 ready for review

Tom Lazar lists at tomster.org
Fri Feb 15 12:53:38 UTC 2008

i'm happy to report that all remaining issues have been fixed by  
florian today. the reason that my findings were not immediately  
reproducible, turned out to be because they were triggered by KSS  
interactions, i.e. only if you previously had, for instance, performed  
a copy operation andthen a workflow step. once fschulze found that out  
he claims to have fixed several other issues of the same nature.

i've assigned the ticket to witsch, for lack of knowing anything  
better. given that raphael has also looked at the plip i'd like to  
suggest to 'officially' include 212 for 3.1: how are we going to go  
about this? will we collect explicit votes from andi, martijn and danny?

On 15.02.2008, at 13:41, Raphael Ritz wrote:

> Wichert Akkerman wrote:
>> Previously Tom Lazar wrote:
>>> On Feb 14, 2008, at 1:57 PM, Florian Schulze wrote:
>>>> I can't reproduce any of these issues. I tried my exisiting  
>>>> buildout  and I made a fresh co of the buildout and ran buildout  
>>>> with the  option to get the newest version of everything.
>>> well, given the fact that i indeed *can* reproduce these, chances  
>>> are,  others will, too.
>> That's worrying. I would like to seem some succes/failure stories
>> from others -
> FWIW: I just did a fresh buildout for 212 and tested a few
> things in firefox (inline editing, calendar pagination, display
> changes, workflow transitions, folder reordering, and  running
> the tests from test_ecmascripts ).
> The only issue I've encountered  is this one:
> opera_is_broken is not defined
> KupuSelectionTestCase()test_kupuhelpers.... (line 265)
> registerTestCase(KupuSelectionTestCase(),  
> "kupu")unittestUtilities... (line 9)
> opera_is_broken(this, 'testParentElementImg');
> which Tom reported already.
> Raphael
>> at the moment this feels like a big risk to me. Tom, can
>> you write a short step-by-step guide for reproducing the problems you
>> are seeing?
>> Wichert.
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