From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win98; en-US; rv:0.9.3+) Gecko/20010809 BuildID: 2001080904 Using Opera 5.11, I tried to submit a bug with the following summary: "read all about it" is misaligned I got an error message saying "Your bug information is incomplete. Please address the following issues: Summary: Please provide a more descriptive Summary." I thought it might be thinking that the summary was too short, so I changed it to "read all about it" is misaligned at royal chemistry society website I still got the same error :( Then I tried submitting the bug using Mozilla, with all of the same information, and it worked fine. Reproducible: Didn't try Steps to Reproduce: 1. Try to report a bug using Opera 2. 3. Actual Results: Showed an error dialog, but luckily didn't clear the form Expected Results: Should have opened the advanced bug entry form, like it does when I use Mozilla I understand that you might have a rivalry with Opera, but that's not a good first impression to make on someone looking for an alternative alternative browser. Note: this doesn't seem to fit under "Browser or Editor", but I couldn't figure out how to file a bug about Bugzilla.
DOH! those two attachements went on the wrong bug, sorry for the spam.
Yeah, this is a bugzilla issue if it's a real bog. Changing to webtools.
Reassigning to default component owner...
We have no "incomplete information" error in Bugzilla. Based on other comments above, this sounds like Bugzilla Helper, which is a mozilla.org thing and not part of Bugzilla. -> Bugzilla Helper -> reassign to default owner
OK, the problem we have here is that: aForm.Summary.value.split(/[\s]+/)).length is coming out as "1" for any text string in the Summary field. It seems like the split() isn't actually doing any splitting. This is in Opera 5 for Linux, and presumably Win98 as well. Anyone have any idea why this might be? Gerv
I filed a ticket in Opera's problem reporting system to ask them about this. But if anyone CCed on this bug could confirm or deny that this is valid JS that Opera should be able to cope with, I'd be very happy. fantasai? henris? hixie? Gerv
And they replied: "Hello Gerv, seems regular expressions are still being implemented. It did work for me if I tried splitting on a space ' ' rather than the regex. Sorry about the inconvenience, if you want you can submit a bug report from http://bugs.opera.com/bugreport.cgi ... you should be familiar with the procedure ;-)" I've replaced the regexp with a split-on-space - it's not as good but it will do. But I'm not impressed - Opera is supposed to be an alternative to the Big Two, and regexps have been in JS for quite a while. And it's not as if this is a complex one. Gerv
Checked in. Gerv
Webtools/Bugzilla Helper is being retired.