[Mageia-dev] Will mageia keep the bugs in Mandriva
dmorganec at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 02:06:17 CET 2011
On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 1:12 AM, wolf python london
<lyh19901223 at gmail.com> wrote:
> hey all,
> I'm a mandriva (2010.2) user for the time being . I just saw a missing
> packages list(http://mageia.org/wiki/doku.php?id=missing_packages).
> And I have to say that I cannot stand the bugs in mandriva (2010.2).
> I can list some of them:
> 1) scim-googlepinyin sometime( no , exactly often) failed to work .
> This is a bugs in googlepinyin input method(source code has problem) ,
> so it shouldn't include in the released distros ,but Mandriva do
> include .
> 2) scim conflict with emacs23
> it's a very ,very BIG problem . emacs23 has a good support of mule and
> work well with scim in other distros such Debian . But in Mandriva
> users cannot use scim in emacs, which sucks!!
> 3)qt creator cannot compile the source code .it's tricky that qt
> creator in mandriva often adds some verbose arguments to g++,which
> the compilation failed .
> 4)python(2.x,3.x) doesn't shipped a GUI idle. Idle is the std IDE
> shipped with python interpreter . I know in the /usr dir(I'm not in my
> mandriva box,
> and cannot remmember the exact path ),there is a idle.py script. But
> since it's a GUI IDE, why not let someone can use it by mouse click?
> There are some other bugs with Mandriva. There are not so many people
> use Mandriva here ,maybe the majorities turn to Ubuntu .
> can I guess Mandriva users get lost ? And the package maintainers add
> the packages without much enough testing ?
> And I'm not reporting mandriva bugs to mageia . I just recommend that
> mageia cannot include the packages without serious consideration
> mandriva).As far as this aspect concerned ,Debian is a good example to learn.
> wolf python london(WPL)
> Do as you soul should do !
our goal is to fix the most bugs as possible.
What i can tell to you is to install mageia, and report us the bugs
you see and we will try to fix them the quicker as possible.
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