I also have filed a bug report with apple in the past to fix an accelerate bug.  The key I think was to clearly demonstrate and isolate the problem like any good bug report should have.  In my case, they got back to me within a week and the bug was fixed a week after that.  The release schedule is a bit difficult however but we should file one in any case, especially with Yosemite being under active testing and 10.9.4 in the testing stages.

Kyle


On Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 12:02 PM, Julian Taylor <jtaylor.debian@googlemail.com> wrote:
On 10.06.2014 15:46, Aron Ahmadia wrote:
>
> On Mon, Jun 9, 2014 at 8:52 PM, Sturla Molden <sturla.molden@gmail.com
> <mailto:sturla.molden@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>
>     If we report a segfault Apple will probably think we are to blame.
>     99.9 %
>     of bug reports come from idiots, and those who screen bug reports are
>     basically payed to hit the ignore button. Indeed, good luck on reporting
>     it.
>
>
> I've reported bugs to Apple and seen them fixed in major releases of the
> operating system (though not necessarily minor releases).  Unless things
> have changed considerably since my last bug report, I don't think it's
> fair to characterize their quality assurance team this way, particularly
> without evidence to back up your point.
>


I'm also optimistic they'll fix it. E.g. they also fixed the
-mno-fused-madd screwup they did with their python installation in 10.9
in the minor release 10.9.3. So with a little luck 10.9.4 will already
have the fix.

The bug has now been filed by Matthew, thanks for that.
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