[Python-Dev] Add minimal information with a new issue?
vstinner at redhat.com
Thu Feb 21 13:17:29 EST 2019
I wrote "python -m test.pythoninfo", but I wrote it to debug buildbot
failures. It produces a large output. Only very few info are useful,
but previously it was hard to get these info. I wouldn't suggest to
start to request it. Or if you want it, it should be attached as a
file to not pollute the issue.
Note: On Fedora at least, you have to install python3-test package to
Le jeu. 21 févr. 2019 à 19:11, Barry Warsaw <barry at python.org> a écrit :
> On Feb 21, 2019, at 06:53, Stephane Wirtel <stephane at wirtel.be> wrote:
> > What do you think if we suggest a "template" for the new bugs?
> > For example:
> > * Python version (exact version)
> > * Operating System * on Linux -> Distribution (python can have some patches)
> > * Add a script for the reproduction of the bug
> > * Eventually, try with the docker images (on i386,x86_64, ...)
> > * etc...
> > We can lost a lot of time just trying to find the right information for
> > the reproduction of the issue.
> Getting reproducible cases is usually the hardest part of any bug fix. :)
> If there is information about the platform, version of Python, build flags etc. that we want to capture in bug reports, there should be a `python -m bugreport` or some such that we can ask people to run and attach or paste into their issue. Maybe even cooler would be something that opens a new GitHub issue with that information pre-populated.
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