[Numpy-discussion] Automatic issue triage.
pav at iki.fi
Fri Feb 21 05:07:34 EST 2014
Charles R Harris <charlesr.harris <at> gmail.com> writes:
> After 6 days of trudging through the numpy issues and
> finally passing the half way point, I'm wondering if we
> can set up so that new defects get a small test that can
> be parsed out and run periodically to mark issues that might
> be fixed. I expect it can be done, but might be more trouble
> than it is worth to keep working.
Github has an API for accessing issue contents.
curl -i "https://api.github.com/repos/numpy/numpy/issues?state=open"
If some markup for test cases is devised, a tool can be written
that detects them.
Alternatively, one could just add a separate git repository
numpy/bugs.git for bug test cases, containing e.g. files
`gh-1234.py`. Such scripts need to be written anyway at some
point (or copypasted to Python shell). It would also be better
from security POV to use a separate repo for bug test cases.
This would also solve the issue of how to add attachments
to bug reports in one way.
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