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Halaman ini adalah tentang bidang Keywords pada Bugzilla.

Pendahuluan

Bidang Keywords berisi kata kunci yang berkaitan dengan kategorisasi kutu.

Kata kunci telah ditentukan sebelumnya dan bidang tersebut menampilkan saran pelengkapan otomatis. Bidang Whiteboard menerima teks bebas-bentuk.

Fitur-fiturnya meliputi:

• pelengkapan otomatis
• hanya Keywords yang terdaftar yang dapat ditambahkan
• Pembuatan alfabet otomatis pada bidang Keywords

Mengganti Tanda Whiteboard

Kami telah membuat Keywords untuk menggantikan beberapa tanda umum yang (sebelumnya) digunakan di Whiteboard. Keywords harus lebih mudah dan lebih cepat digunakan, dan memberikan hasil yang lebih konsisten.

Markup

Seperti halnya bidang Whiteboard, kita menggunakan wimpyCaps untuk semua Keywords

(Bi)bisection

preBibisect

Description: Digunakan jika kutu muncul pada commit bibisect paling awal

Use: Harus diisi secara manual oleh orang yang melakukan bibisecting

Note: Pengujian tambahan dapat dilakukan untuk mengetahui apakah kuty diwarisi dari OOo dan dengan demikian bukan regresi. Untuk mengujinya, Anda dapat mengunduh LibreOffice 3.3 dan melihat apakah kutu tersebut ada pada rilis paling awal, sehingga mengubah versi menjadi 'Inherited from OOo'. Sebaliknya, jika Anda menggunakan Linux, Anda dapat melihat di mana regresi diperkenalkan dengan menggunakan repositori ini

bibisectRequest

Description: Digunakan untuk memberi tahu kami bahwa bibisect memang diperlukan.

Use: All confirmed regressions after 3.5.0 should have a bibisectRequest keyword unless the bug is specific to Windows (which should be confirmed prior to removing a bibisectRequest). Many bugs that affect Windows will also affect Linux and macOS so they can be bibisected successfully.

bibisected

Description: Used for letting developers know that the bug has been bibisected. For more information on bibisect see HowToBibisect.

Use: Should be manually entered by the person attaching the bibisect details after bibisecting a bug.

bisected

Description: Used for letting developers know that the bug has been bisected. This applies only when the exact commit is determined - this isn't done through the normal bibisect method, it requires extra steps.

Use: Should be manually entered by the person attaching the bisect/responsible commit details after bisecting a bug.

notBibisectable

Description: Use when bibisect fails for the particular bug.

Use: If someone has attempted to bibisect a bug but it has failed for some reason then put notBibisectable. Important to note that this is when the bug appears within the bibisect commit range but is not bibisectable (many reasons why this can happen).

Note: this is different from a bug that is present in the earliest commit (which requires adding the keyword “preBibisect”).

Regressions

regression

this worked in a previous release of LibreOffice, so the bug has been recently introduced.

possibleRegression

Description: possibleRegression is entered when a user has stated that the bug was not present in a previous release of LibreOffice and therefore it's a regression. The point of this status is so that QA can confirm that there is a regression and do the follow up steps needed for regressions (bibisect, etc . . .)

implementationError

Description: Use this to indicate bugs which were introduced together with a feature.

Use: To be used where a bug was introduced together with a new feature, and there is no previous version which contains the relevant feature but not the bug. This is distinct from a regression, where there is a previous version which contains the relevant feature but not the bug, and from an "Inherited from OOo" bug, where both the feature and the bug existed before the first version of LibreOffice. Using this allows this case to be distinguished from bugs which have not yet been triaged for regressions.

Note: Bibisection should be performed to confirm that the bug and the feature were introduced at the same time. If the issue is not a crash or hang, and not contrary to a written specification or other strong expectation as to how the feature should behave, the bug should instead be tagged as an enhancement.

EasyHack

needsDevEval

Description: Use when you think a bug will qualify as an easy hack and you are requesting a developer to confirm.

Use: Generally used by developers and people who have been with quality assurance for a significant amount of time. Use sparingly as it takes developers time to confirm (or reject) the easy hack.

easyHack

Description: Used to denote a bug which has been determined to be a good start for a new developer on the project.

Use: Developers should be the only ones to use this keyword. Developers add this status after they provide code pointers to fix the bug and relevant topics/skills needed.

difficultyBeginner

Description: Developers add this to easy hacks (see easyHacks keyword) to indicate that not only is the bug an easy hack, it is “really easy” and can be done by individuals who have beginner skills in computer science. These tasks are good for getting used to the code review process.

Use: Used exclusively by developers who have done the work (provided code pointers) to move the bug to an easy hack.

difficultyMedium

Description: Developers add this to easy hacks (see easyHacks keyword) to indicate that the tasks require some actual thinking and problem solving. This keyword should not be used for trivial tasks.

Use: Used exclusively by developers who have done the work (provided code pointers) to move the bug to an easy hack.

difficultyInteresting

Description: Developers add this to easy hacks (see easyHacks keyword) to indicate that while the bug is considered to be an easy hack by our experts, it could be quite challenging for a new developer on the project. Generally people who tackle these should be relatively comfortable with programming generally.

Use: Used exclusively by developers who have done the work (provided code pointers) to move the bug to an easy hack.

By Skill Required to Solve

skillCpp

Description: easyHacks which require C++ skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillJava

Description: EasyHacks which require Java skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillJavaScript

Description: EasyHacks which require JavaScript skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillPerl

Description: EasyHacks which require Perl skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillPython

Description: EasyHacks which require Python skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillSQL

Description: EasyHacks which require SQL skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillVcl

Description: EasyHacks which require VCL skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillUno

Description: EasyHacks which require Uno skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillLibreOfficeBASIC

Description: EasyHacks which require LibreOffice Basic skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillDebug

Description: EasyHacks which require Debugging skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillDesign

Description: EasyHacks which require Design skills. When used with topicDesign, the EasyHack can be solved without programming skills (visual/UI design).

Use: Used by developers or designers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillScript

Description: EasyHacks which require Scripting skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillTest

Description: EasyHacks which require Testing skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

skillUI

Description: EasyHacks which require User Interface skills.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what skills are needed to fix the bug.

By Topic

filter:xxx

Description: Used to specify a particular file format for FILEOPEN / FILESAVE bugs.

Examples:

filter:docx
filter:rtf
filter:svgInsert - when an SVG is inserted in a document
filter:svgOpen - when a SVG is opened in Draw


We may do something slightly different with file format families:

filter:ooxml
filter:odf


text:xxx

Description: Used to specify a particular text layout mechanism.

Examples:

Tag Bugs Tagged Notes
text:rtl text:rtl Right to left
text:cjk text:cjk Top to bottom (Chinese, Japanese, Korean)
text:ctl text:ctl Complex text layout

The default text layout is Left-to-Right, so we don't bother with a "text:ltr" tag, as that would be silly.

topicCleanup

Description: EasyHack which is focused on cleaning up code.

Use: Used by developers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what is the topic (category) of the fix or improvement.

topicQA

Description: EasyHack which is about improving the Quality Assurance process.

Use: Used by developers and QA experts who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what is the topic (category) of the fix or improvement.

topicDesign

Description: EasyHacks which is somehow about Design. When used with skillDesign, the EasyHack can be solved without programming skills (visual/UI design).

Use: Used by developers or designers who are confirming that needsDevEval are EasyHacks and then signal what is the topic (category) of the fix or improvement.

Other

accessibility

Description: Used when the bug report is about an accessibility issue. Accessibility refers to bugs and enhancements which affect individuals with special needs. Applicable for both enhancement requests and bug reports.

Use: Manually entered by someone who knows about accessibility problems. These are specific to bugs which would affect the way that individuals with special needs interact with LibreOffice – generally not appropriate if it is just a request to make something easier for everyone.

perf

Description: Bug relates to some performance problem including cpu spikes and memory leaks.

Use: Should generally be used by experienced QA members and developers. Performance issues may need additional QA work such as a valgrind.

dataLoss

The bug concerns loss of data during import, export or while the program is running.

corruptProfile

Use for bugs that pertain to a corrupted User Profile.

patch

there is a patch attached to the issue

security

security related issue

wantBacktrace

a backtrace/stacktrace may help devs to pinpoint the problem. Here's a link explaining how to do it: Bug report debug information.

haveBacktrace

used when a backtrace or other debugging log has been attached and preferably verified to contain useful information.

needsUXEval

bugs which cover enhancements to the UI/UX of LibreOffice. Note that you also have to add libreoffice-ux-adviselists.freedesktop.org to the CC to reach the design team.

needUITest

bugs which happen when interacting with the UI and which should become part of an automated testing suite later on

EasyHacks and Developer Information

There are a number of Keywords used to categorize Development/EasyHacks. Find information about them here: