Ticket resolved status

Rainer Müller raimue at macports.org
Tue Jul 8 17:21:25 PDT 2008

Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> If I had to define these I guess I would say:
> fixed - there was a problem in MacPorts and it was fixed in MacPorts

Or: there was a problem somewhere and this fix is available through MacPorts

Some problems are directed to upstream and fixed there, and then an 
updated Portfile provides the fix.

> invalid - not a MacPorts issue?
> wontfix - there is a problem in MacPorts and it will not be fixed in  
> MacPorts
> duplicate - another ticket describes this problem
> worksforme - unable to reproduce the issue, user did not provide  
> sufficient information

You definitions sound good. Is there an appropriate place in the guide 
to add them?

> [...]
> How would you resolve this ticket? "fixed" because the user fixed the  
> problem? "invalid" because it's not a MacPorts problem? "wontfix"  
> because we won't change anything in MacPorts to fix it? "worksforme"  
> because it works for me (when I don't mis-configure my  
> macports.conf)? Do you see my problem? :-)
I would say user error is 'invalid'. It was an invalid claim that there 
is a bug.


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