# Wednesday, 07 July 2010
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Bug Reports

I've disabled the ability for anonymous users to post bug reports (and feature requests). Two useless duplicate reports (3026137 and 3026140) pushed me over the edge.

Some bug reporting tips:

  • Include all the (possibly) relevant information (IKVM.NET, .NET / Mono and Operating System version numbers, CPU architecture, error messages, warning messages).
  • Try to create a small repro that demonstrates the problem. Make sure it compiles, don't just include a non-compiling code snippet.
  • Clearly separate fact from speculation.
  • Read this excellent essay on How to Report Bugs Effectively by Simon Tatham.

P.S.  In the case of the above bug report, the poster tried to look at the code for ServerSocket.accept() with Reflector and Reflector crashed. This is a Reflector bug, it simply doesn't understand the code constructs that ikvmc generates (even though they are perfectly valid).

Wednesday, 07 July 2010 14:11:51 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Comments [2]
Friday, 23 July 2010 21:53:24 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)
Hello.

I've tried to post a report to the SourceForge's bug tracker but have no success - my report didn't appear in the list.

I'm registered user on SourceForge and i was logged in when posting the report.

I've done the next steps to post a report:
Login to SourceForge;
Go to the IKVM progect page;
Press "Tracker" link;
Then press "Add new" link and fill all needed fields;
Press button "Add artifact".

After this my repost didn't appear in the list.

Is there some errors in my actions?
Could you please say what i'm doing wrong?

Thanks.
Lemyx.

PS: sorry for my english. it's not my native lang.
Saturday, 24 July 2010 07:56:44 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)
I don't know what (if anything) you did wrong. The bug reporting system is not under my control, it is sourceforge's.
Please feel free to mail the bug report to me directly.
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