Closed Bug 150804 Opened 21 years ago Closed 21 years ago
keywords should default to all
the top n items in the search page are AND ops, *except* for keywords what you see: Summary: contains all of the words/strings A comment: contains all of the words/strings The URL: contains all of the words/strings Whiteboard: contains all of the words/strings Keywords: contains any of the keywords what you should see: Summary: contains all of the words/strings A comment: contains all of the words/strings The URL: contains all of the words/strings Whiteboard: contains all of the words/strings Keywords: contains all of the keywords
I don't think this is fixed in the 'official' default params
Is this really a regression? Didn't keywords default to "any" in 2.14?
Yeah, this isn't a regression. Changing this needs to be part of the all vs any vs some for multiple things discussion.
*** Bug 152965 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Come on! This is a regrssion!! In old days, I can just type in "perf, regression" in keyword field, and I get a list of performance regression bugs. Now, I'm getting a huge list of 997 bugs, which has bugs that are "perf" issues but not regressions, or "regression" not even related to performance. This bug list take a lot longer to generate and query becomes useless. We need to fix it so that bugs contains both "perf" AND "regression" shows up, and this should also work for bugs that have keywords more than specified, meaning a bug with "perf, regression, nsbeta1, mozilla1.0" should also show up on the query list. I'd appreciate it, if this can be addressed soon. Thanks!!!
myk, your thoughts? I'm not fussed either way, really. This would jut involve changing the default query param
Cathleen knows better than me. If she says this is a regression, it is, unless someone else knows differently. Sounds like changing it also helps performance. I just changed it on b.m.o., but I'll leave the bug open for a Bugzilla fix.
This patch moves "all keywords" up above "any keywords" in the list so it gets selected by default. This order is also consistent with the order of the query terms for the fields above the keywords field.
Hmm, if this is a regression, it should be on the 2.16 train.
Target Milestone: --- → Bugzilla 2.16
Comment on attachment 88955 [details] [diff] [review] patch v1: one way to fix the problem This isn't a regression from my 2.14 build, but I think that allwords is probably a better default. r=bbaetz
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Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 21 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
QA Contact: matty_is_a_geek → default-qa
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