I’ve never found an overwhelming need for a list for SDL, but it isn’t
really a bad idea. Besides, most of the ‘bugs’ brought up on this list
tend to be user error, rather than anything wrong with the code.
Maintaining a bug list might be more trouble than it’s worth.
With that said, if anyone feels so compelled, I have a general purpose
bug tracker I use to maintain my projects. It isn’t bugzilla, by any
stretch, but it might be light weight enough to be useful.
At least if there was stuff missing I could add it, since I’m
maintaining the code.
Anyone that wants to use it, for SDL or just programming projects, can
knock themselves out. It’s supposed to be a free resource. I was
going to offer it on this list, but then decided against it; but hey, it
came up, and I feel whorish today. If anyone actually DOES feel
compelled, they just have to create an account
by clicking on the ‘Your Jw’ icon at the top of the page. Then all/most
of the disabled buttons in the tracker will turn on.
Blah.On Mon, 2003-02-10 at 12:06, Jesse David Andrews wrote:
I have googled the archives and it looks like at one time Loki was going to set up a Bug Tracking feature for SDL. Since I doubt that will happen now, and from watching the list it is obvious that bugs are in the code, it would be nice to have one.
I understand that Sam Lantinga probably has a list of many bugs, but that doesn’t help people who develop with SDL & who may want to help squash some bugs in the library.
I may be wrong and there is a bug tracking site, but I couldn’t find it after a few days of searching.
SDL mailing list
SDL at libsdl.org
-------------- next part --------------
A non-text attachment was scrubbed…
Name: not available
Size: 189 bytes
Desc: This is a digitally signed message part