[PD] Get list of a the arguments of a patch without using any external?

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Wed Mar 9 15:40:17 CET 2011

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On 2011-03-09 15:25, Mathieu Bouchard wrote:
>> it has to get assigned to a person.
>> this can either be done at commit time or later.
> Excuse me ? I thought that the process of assignation was just so that
> each ticket is handled by the person most competent for the topic of the
> bug report or patch (and sometimes to ensure that no person gets
> overloaded with tickets).
> If not, then what is the purpose of assigning tickets ?

so who is the most competent person for a certain ticket?
and can we expect a submitter to know? (e.g. if they haven't read the
book of rules in pd-dev)

for example, people tend to assign all sorts of tickets to hans, just
because they are using pd-extended and hans is somewhat prominently
responsible for this. it doesn't mean that he is the most competent
person for fixing a problem with, e.g. mrpeach/net

> « At commit time or later » instead sounds like the time for closing the
> ticket.

so the "or later" was meant as a backdoor in my argumentation to allow
re-assignment of ill-assigned topics or assignment of non-assigned topics.
"commit time" referred to the time where the ticket was initially opened
(which might not have been clear either)

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