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Re: automatic accidental style voice: too many written accidentals

From: Valentin Villenave
Subject: Re: automatic accidental style voice: too many written accidentals
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2009 01:40:45 +0100

On Sun, Oct 25, 2009 at 2:16 PM, David Kastrup <address@hidden> wrote:
> Is it necessary to ask for bug report database updates?  I filed several
> bug reports to this list which as far as I can tell mostly got ignored,
> to the degree where they did not only not get an answer, but also were
> not filed into the database.

Hi David,

I only see two bug reports from you that I haven't entered; one was on
Oct 4. (and was eventually addressed by Patrick) and another on Oct 19
(the bracket thingy).

I do remember not having dealt with the column-message-thingy-report
because it differed a bit from 'regular' LilyPond reports. (That
doesn't make it an irrelevant report, it just means I would have
required a little extra time to deal with it, which I didn't have.)

> It is demotivating to invest the work for boiling down a problem into a
> small example, write up a good description for it, mail it to the list
> and not even get it filed into the bug database, let alone deserve an
> answer.

As I told Graham on -user, I am pretty sure I have never lost a single
report in the past couple of years. Bug reports are never "ignored",
even though it may take (quite) some time to file them. Do feel free
to send a report update if a particular issue is important to you; it
may encourage me to add it more quickly into the tracker, but
unfortunately it may not imply that developers will address it any


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