Sent: Tue, 18 Dec 2012 16:22:05 GMT
Subject: RE: Thetrainline.com
crashes CI #744
In message <AE9C0B0201F.00000E9Fdave(a)davehigton.me.uk>
Dave Higton <dave(a)davehigton.me.uk> wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: george.greenfield(a)tiscali.co.uk
>> Sent: Tue, 18 Dec 2012 09:20:59 GMT
>> To: netsurf-users(a)netsurf-browser.org
>> Subject: Thetrainline.com
crashes CI #744
>> Made three consecutive attempts to access Thetrainline.com
using NS CI
>> Attempting to access the bug tracker and file a bug report crashed
>> #744 again! Back to 2.9 for the bug report....
> bug report (with file), which is easier than uninstalling etc.
> The quick smoke tests I've done with 744 with JS disabled don't show
> any worse stability than versions prior to JS.
> There are also non-JS CI builds, if you prefer.
Don't get me wrong: I intended no criticism of JS-enabled NetSurf, in
fact I think it's splendid, and to be supported in every way,
including the submission of bug reports where appropriate. It was just
a bit ironic that the bug tracker itself was amongst the casualties!
Absolutely, and I'm sure you've seen my message of heartfelt
congratulations to everybody who contributed.
All I was doing was pointing out that, if you're testing a JS build
of NS, you shouldn't have to revert to 2.9 to report the bug; simply
disabling JS may well be enough. It's easier for you, and to continue
with a CI build would give it that bit more testing.
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