Cookies op Tweakers

Tweakers maakt gebruik van cookies, onder andere om de website te analyseren, het gebruiksgemak te vergroten en advertenties te tonen. Door gebruik te maken van deze website, of door op 'Ga verder' te klikken, geef je toestemming voor het gebruik van cookies. Wil je meer informatie over cookies en hoe ze worden gebruikt, bekijk dan ons cookiebeleid.

Meer informatie

Door , , 2 reacties
Bron: Mozilla

The Mozilla Organisation heeft met 3.3.1 als het versienummer een nieuwe ontwikkelversie van Bugzilla uitgebracht. Bugzilla is een 'bug tracking'-programma voor gebruik in een omgeving die voorzien is van Perl en Mysql, Postgresql of Oracle als database. Hiermee kunnen ontwikkelaars de gerapporteerde bugmeldingen en feature requests van gebruikers overzichtelijk rangschikken op prioriteit om deze vervolgens te behandelen. Gebruikers kunnen de voortgang van de afhandeling bekijken en nieuwe informatie toevoegen. De ontwikkelaars van Bugzilla hebben voor deze uitgave de volgende aankondiging online geplaatst:

Version 3.3.1

Bugzilla 3.3.1 has been under development for quite some time. We branched for 3.4 in May of 2008, but our main development focus was still 3.2 until it was released. So 3.4 got some occasional new features for a long time, and then a lot of enhancements recently, after we released 3.2.

Bugzilla 3.4 is going to be a time-based release, meaning that we're going to have a feature freeze on January 29 no matter how many features we have, or what the features look like. Hopefully this should allow us to release relatively quickly and have a Bugzilla 3.4 by May.

However, since we're freezing very soon, it's important that you let us know what you think about the new features! Either download the new development release or go check out the features using one of the "CVS" installations on landfill.

Here's a list of some of the new features in 3.3.1:
  • Users can now choose what time zone to display times in.
  • New custom field type: Bug ID
  • You can now show or hide particular custom fields based on the value of another field.
  • The list of values for a drop-down or multi-select custom field can now be different depending on the value of another field.
  • When you do a search, you will now see a basic description of what you searched for at the top of the bug list.
  • New WebService functions: Bug.get_history, User.get
  • You can now update the dependency fields when changing several bugs at once.
  • You can now use drop-down custom fields as axises in reports.
  • There is now an email preference that allows you to receive mail when a bug is newly created.
  • You can now see summarized timetracking data at the bottom of a bug list.
  • You can now re-order the columns of a bug list.
  • Bugzilla now uses SHA-2 to store passwords in the database instead of the Unix crypt() function. This allows Bugzilla to recognize passwords longer than eight characters.
  • Various parameters have been removed and replaced with Bugzilla behaving sensibly by default.
  • The X-Bugzilla-Type header in bugmail now differentiates between bugmails for new bugs and bug updates.
  • You can now add private comments when changing several bugs at once.
  • Abbreviated data in bug lists is shown fully in tooltips.
  • When you run checksetup.pl, it will re-write your localconfig file, update the comments, and remove any old variables automatically.
  • If you try to put an invalid regular expression into any field that accepts a regex, Bugzilla will now throw an error instead of just failing on the database side.
Moderatie-faq Wijzig weergave

Reacties (2)

Op dit item kan niet meer gereageerd worden.



Apple iOS 10 Google Pixel Apple iPhone 7 Sony PlayStation VR AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB Battlefield 1 Google Android Nougat Watch Dogs 2

© 1998 - 2016 de Persgroep Online Services B.V. Tweakers vormt samen met o.a. Autotrack en Carsom.nl de Persgroep Online Services B.V. Hosting door True