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Bug #25991 bugs: bring back the "all bug types" search option
Submitted: 2003-10-26 07:04 UTC Modified: 2005-09-05 12:06 UTC
Avg. Score:4.0 ± 1.0
Reproduced:1 of 3 (33.3%)
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From: hetta at spamcop dot net Assigned:
Status: Wont fix Package: Website problem
PHP Version: 4.3.3 OS: linux
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-10-26 07:04 UTC] hetta at spamcop dot net
Trying to find bugs with iptcembed() in bug tracking software

Reproduce code:
On this page:
search term: "iptcembed" (quotes or no, no difference; on the advanced search page, status open or all, no difference.)
 ditto  "fotoware"
 ditto  "FotoWare"
 ditto  "FotoWare iptcembed"

Expected result:
All bugs, any status, for the search term.

For instance, bug # 15662, which details how the current industry standard, Adobe Photoshop, will NOT work with iptcembed() -enhanced images. This because Photoshop uses FotoWare for its iptc tags.

That's pretty much a complete showstopper for iptcembed() right there.

In addition I'd like to know if there are any other issues with iptcembed() which would mean that I should give up all hope of ever using it.

(Perhaps iptcembed() would actually be used if it worked? The _concept_ is immensely useful, the manual info is not, and the googlegroups search results are particularly discouraging.)

Actual result:
One single bug, closed, in return: 14257.


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 [2004-06-25 19:43 UTC]
This is because bug #15662 is a feature request and according to the source one cannot search all bug types including feature requests (this was an undocumented change), here's that source:

    if (count($bug_type) == 0) {
        $where_clause = "WHERE bug_type != 'Feature/Change Request'";
    } else {
        $where_clause = "WHERE bug_type IN ('" . join("','", $bug_type) . "')";

I think there should be an option to search ALL types including feature requests (like there used to be) and until that's resolved (either make it possible or document this behavior) this bug report should remain open.

Having to manually select every category seems too difficult/hackish.
 [2005-09-05 12:06 UTC]
Won't change.

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