The useragent information is showing a new item, for me. I didn't know about the 'rv: +' thing, so where can i find some info? Is that ReVision? And what's that + doing there? Why not make it 0.8.2 instead of 0.8.1.+ ? Example useragent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; WinNT4.0; en-US; rv:0.8.1+) Gecko/20010417
Summary: new item rv:0.8.0+' in current useragent → new item rv:0.8.1+' in current useragent
Assignee: neeti → cls
Component: Networking: HTTP → Build Config
QA Contact: tever → granrose
this isn't a bug. try posting on the newsgroups or searching bugzilla if you're trying to find out what a new change is for. you could also find this in lxr.mozilla.org and look at the change and see what the checkin comments are. left as an exercise to the reporter. resolved/invalid.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
verified invalid Bugzilla is a bug database. This is not a bug ! You should read http://www.mozilla.org/quality/bug-writing-guidelines.html If you searching informations goto to the Newsgroups,query bugzilla or ask on IRC. And some information you will find on www.mozilla.org (look at the roadmap and will see why it´s not 0.8.2)
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
I wrote: "The useragent information is showing a new item, for me". Does that sounds as a bug to you or as a request for information? To me it sounds more like a question. So sorry that this disturbed you in marking bugs as invalid/resolved. And Matti, RFE's shouldn't be filed in bugzilla?? Or do you call them bugs do you?!
RFE == Request for Enhancement == the product isn't doing something you'd like it to do. What you filed is an RFI - request for information. Do that in the newsgroups, or figure it out for yourself. When you've been fighting a losing battle against bugs and processing a hundred or more a day, then you come tell me how polite you are when someone wastes your time.
Nobody on IRC knew about this change. And i did not find it in one of the 28 bugs for useragent issues. So Jon, if you don't like to tell me what this is all about, no problem, i will take a look at the source. But remember, i just asked this for my work on bug 46029. Keep up the good work, and keep on smiling :))
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