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[cdt-dev] iplog policy (from official site)
- From: Elena Laskavaia <elaskavaia@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 02 Jun 2009 11:46:13 -0400
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- Organization: QNX
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If the contribution is an attachment to a bug such as a patch, the attachment itself should be marked with the iplog+ flag.
If the contribution is in the form of a comment in the bug, then the iplog+ flag should be set on the bug itself.
Since this will mark all non-committers who commented on the bug as contributors, you typically then need to use the exceptions mechanism to exclude comments that are not contributions.
Typically these two mechanisms are mutually exclusive: if the contribution is an attachment, you do not also need to set iplog+ flag on the bug itself (unless the bug also has other contributions in the form of comments).