--On Friday, November 25, 2011 10:15 AM +0000 michael(a)stroeder.com wrote:
> michael(a)stroeder.com wrote:
>> hyc(a)symas.com wrote:
>>>> You don't have to teach me anything in the testing field.
>>> Clearly I *do* need to, based on the completely useless content-free
>>> emails you've posted so far.
>> Maybe then you should learn to read. The cause was already mentioned in
>> a message before. I did not expect that you are not able to generate
>> test data not in tree order yourself.
> You're assuming I've been sitting on my ass waiting for your followups.
Well, and you assume that I have endless spare times tracking down bugs. I
don't. Especially at the current moment.
No one assumed any such thing. All that was every requested from you was
information that only you had. The information on how exactly to reproduce
this issue that you found, because no one else was able to reproduce with
the information you had provided. Now that you finally provided the
requisite information, someone *else* was able to track down and fix the
It is very unfortunate that you find requests for information to be so
tedious. Having to continually request basic information from you is also
quite tedious. If you could just provide the requisite information up
front, then entire situations like this could be entirely avoided.
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