When I am building the Commercial build on Win32, I end up pulling binaries for Linux, HPUX, Solaris, etc... for just about everything (AIM, Talkback, Dogbert, etc...) This is very painful over a modem link.
Dogbert? ...wrong animated character...I mean Cartman. - rhp
Assignee: slamm → granrose
Component: Build → Build Config
Product: Webtools → Browser
Did you mean to pick "Browser" instead of "Webtools" as the component? Reassigning to default owner.
Yeah, sorry...it was late and I just settled for something close. - rhp
set to M13.
mass migration to M14
don't know offhand how to modify the win32 commercial build automation to only pull win32 files and skip *nix. reassigning to leaf for consideration in the perligig.
Assignee: granrose → leaf
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
QA Contact: cyeh
Target Milestone: M14 → M18
mass re-assign of all bugs where i was listed as the qa contact
QA Contact: cyeh → chofmann
unsetting TM. Is this even an issue now that we have the shelf? I would think this can be resolved/worksforme or invalid.
Target Milestone: M18 → ---
actually, the aim binaries are checked into the soure tree... so this requires module changes (provided we *want* to split things out by platform). If this gets resolved without being fixed, it should be wontfix, because it *is* a problem, just as the reporter specifies.
setting to future. do we have a bug to do away with modules and put the list of directories in client.mk/mak so that they're revision controllable? If so, this should be dependent on that bug.
Target Milestone: --- → Future
bug cleanup - all leaf's bugzilla bugs should be assigned to email@example.com (not firstname.lastname@example.org), now and any future bugs created. this should be a one time change, apologies for the spam.
Assignee: leaf → leaf
marking INVALID, as this does not seem to have anything to do with mozilla, but only with netscape.... file this in bugscape, I guess
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
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