[Python-Dev] Please tell me where I can submit bug reports....
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Mon Dec 15 16:05:51 EST 2003
On Dec 15, 2003, at 6:55 AM, Skip Montanaro wrote:
> John> Then, where should I submit my core dump (if anywhere?)?
> Submit bug reports here:
Thanx, OK, I logged in, and got the main page which confirmed my
login was good.
But I cannot find any links that allow me to submit bug reports.
Where is the link?
I cannot find it.
On the left part of the screen, I get this? Does one of these
links go to the bug
· Site Docs
· Site Status
· Site Map
· SF.net Supporters
· Compile Farm
· Project Help Wanted
· New Releases
· Get Support
There are two columns in the main page.... One titled...
My Assigned Tracker Items and another titled My Tasks
I see no place on this site where there is a link I can use to report
any bugs... If it don't say "Bug reporting"
or anything similar, then I need to know the name of the link,
because it clearly isn't very obvious.
Another thing also.... if I click on Python Bugs link in the left
column, it goes into a "Browse Bugs" section,
but then there is yet another "Please log in" in red. OK, so I log
in again..... but when I do, I don't
see the "Submit New" button, but I do see a "Submit New" link above
the buttons. I DO have Cookies
enabled of course, but I'm using Safari browser. By the way, I DO
click on SSL. I just tried it with IE
and get the same results....
I think I finally submitted it.... but can I go back and add some
additional info? If so, how?
Further details on the Python core dump:
It core dumps (segmentation fault) when I check the database for a
key. The offending statement is: x=database.has_key(keystring). database
is open and otherwise normal. The database is "gdbm-1.8.3". The
key is "3012a3ec5c796329fee7c242d4df00d6".
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