[IronPython] Ironpython 0.7 released!

Martin Maly martmaly at exchange.microsoft.com
Tue Mar 29 22:52:25 CEST 2005

There are several ways to report bugs you find in IronPython.
Because our priority when it comes to bugs is to find them, report them
and fix them, the actual means of reporting is secondary.

As we keep searching for ideal long term solution, our currently
preferred way for you to report bugs is the GotDotNet website.
Even though using it requires passport, it also gives you the
opportunity to browse the bug database, avoid duplicates and track
progress we are making on fixing the bugs.

You can also report bugs by sending the email to this mailing list or
to: "ironpy at microsoft.com" (the email address that is mentioned in
the source file headers). Obviously, this approach doesn't give you
access to all bugs reported and adds some burden on us to sort through
the reports. For that reason, if you report bugs over email, please
include [Bug Report] (or anything else in that sense) in the email
subject to make it easier for us to identify them.


> >   3. Don't require a passport to file bugs.
> No passport to file bugs is easy.  We'll send out instructions for how

> to do that by the end of the day.  Of course, I suspect that you'd 
> also like no passport to view the bug database.  This is also good, 
> but will probably take longer.

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