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Bug #55926 Only stable packages can have bugs submitted
Submitted: 2003-11-27 16:04 UTC Modified: 2003-12-05 07:25 UTC
From: php at cipri dot com Assigned: mj (profile)
Status: Closed Package: PECL bug system (PECL)
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Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-11-27 16:04 UTC] php at cipri dot com
While this could be by design....
Right now, one's only able to submit bugs for packages which have a stable release. It would be handy of users could submit bugs for non-stable packages too. Otherwise users might resort to posting bugs for an unstable package not at all, or in the wrong place where it won't get fixed at all.

Changing the XML_RPC call in from 
package::listAll(); to 
package::listAll(true); should fix the problem I think.

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 [2003-11-28 09:07 UTC]
1) package::listAll() is no XML_RPC method. It's defined in pear-database.php.

2) The optional parameter only determines if all packages or just packages with >= 1 release(s) should be listed.

Thus this will not fix the problem. We'll try to find another solution.
 [2003-11-28 09:36 UTC] php at cipri dot com
Yer, correct, bad wording on my side. The ::listAll() function is the same function as that was called via XML_RPC, and that's how I debugged this :)

However, browsing the CVS archive I did find this line of code in the SQL query done by the package::listAll() function: ($released_only is the first argument provided to the function.)

($released_only ? "AND r.state = 'stable' " : "").

This would seem to suggest that only stable state packages are searched, not just those with any releases.
F.I. shows this package has released several versions, none of those stable however, and the package doesn't show up on the buglist :)
 [2003-12-05 07:25 UTC]
This bug has been fixed in CVS.

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