Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1020917
PATCH: update: relax identification of bugs
Last modified: 2015-02-17 12:43:49 EST
Created attachment 813783 [details]
Look for six or seven digits instead of '#' + any number of digits.
Description of problem:
When submitting an update (i. e., 'fedpkg update') fedpkg tries to identify relevant bugs by scanning the changelog. To be catched , bug nr must bw written with a leading '#' like in #1234567. This fact not documented (?), and a newbie as me might write bug references in changelog without the '#'
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: lways
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create specfile which needs an update.
2. Include some bug numbers without the '# in changelog
3. Run 'fedpkg update'
The field for bugs in update template is empty
Bugs are included.
Enclosing a patch which matches all bug numbers (6 or 7-digits in changelog. Of course, this might occasionally match something which is not a bug, but is should not be often. And even if so, the consequences are far from catastrophic.
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