Quinze ans


Original: http://www.dbaron.org/log/20130919-fifteen-years

Jeudi 19.09.2013, 17:26 -0700

Après quelques semaines de tests NGLayout (également connu sous le nom Gecko) construit et en discuter sur les groupes de discussion, j’ai déposé mon premier bug Mozilla il ya quinze ans.

À l’époque, la courriels de bogues ressemblait à ceci:

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+ Bug#: 845
+ Product: NGLayout
+ Version: other
+ Platform: PC
+ OS/Version: Windows 95
+ Status: NEW
+ Resolution:
+ Severity: normal
+ Priority: P2
+ Component: Parser
+ Area:
+ AssignedTo: [email protected]
+ ReportedBy: [email protected]
+ URL: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~dbaron/bugpages/nglayout/index2.html
+ Cc: ARRAY(0x2504b0)
+ Summary: CSS Parser ignoring first declaration in STYLE element surrounded by comments
+
+ When CSS in a STYLE element is enclosed in SGML comments (as described at the
+ end of section 1.1 in http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS1#containment-in-html ), the
+ first declaration is ignored.  See http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS1#containment-in-
+ html , where the P elements (about half of the page) should be red.
+
+ (I didn't test other pages to see if this happens all the time.)
+
+ (I also didn't know whether to file this under Parser or Style System.)‰
+

 

C’était avant diffs contextuels (par opposition à diffs unifiés) avaient complètement disparu de style. Cela devient plus clair quand on voit le changement suivant que j’ai pour ce bug:

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*** shadow/845  Sat Sep 19 17:26:35 1998
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*** 9,18 ****
  Priority: P2
  Component: Parser
  Area:
! AssignedTo: [email protected]
  ReportedBy: [email protected]
  URL: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~dbaron/bugpages/nglayout/index2.html
! Cc: ARRAY(0x2504b0)
  Summary: CSS Parser ignoring first declaration in STYLE element surrounded by comments

  When CSS in a STYLE element is enclosed in SGML comments (as described at the
--- 9,18 ----
  Priority: P2
  Component: Parser
  Area:
! AssignedTo: [email protected]
  ReportedBy: [email protected]
  URL: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~dbaron/bugpages/nglayout/index2.html
! Cc: [email protected]
  Summary: CSS Parser ignoring first declaration in STYLE element surrounded by comments

  When CSS in a STYLE element is enclosed in SGML comments (as described at the

 

Mozilla et le Web ont parcouru un long chemin au cours des quinze dernières années. Et a Bugzilla.

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