[3dprinter-general] Bug#917687: Bug#917687: cura-engine: FTBFS: ./obj-x86_64-linux-gnu/CMakeFiles/CMakeTmp/./obj-x86_64-linux-gnu/CMakeFiles/CMakeTmp/CheckSymbolExists.c:8: undefined reference to `pthread_create'
lucas at debian.org
Wed Jan 2 08:40:17 GMT 2019
On 02/01/19 at 00:45 +0200, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> There is no pthread detection issue, the problem is that blind pasting
> of the tail of the build log often only contains unrelated noise.
Adrian, please stop being such an asshole. Really.
I'm really tired of this. Your agressive comments were the main reason
for me stopping to contribute to this area of Debian for the last year.
I believe that there's enough space for both of us, even if we seem to
disagree fundamentally about how things should be done. I believe that
it's OK and useful if I file bugs about failures, providing all the
information required, and making reasonable efforts to avoid duplicate
reports, and leaving the investigation to others, as long as I'm
available to debug issue when my help is required (for example, but the
issue seems to be related to the build environment).
You seem to believe that bug reports should be perfect, and probably
that they should all include a patch to solve the issue.
In an ideal world, I agree that it's a desirable objective, but that
also means spending more time on each bug, and thus, under limited time,
filing less bugs. The fact that I could file 99 bugs over the last days
with my approach proves that my approach has some value to detect
problems that were undetected before.
So, please stop your stupid asshole comments about my work, and maybe
check your facts. It's true that what I paste in bug reports does not
always point to the exact issue. But you are incorrect when you say that
it "often only contains unrelated noise". And I take offense with your
characterization of "blind pasting", especially given all your similarly
offensive comments in the past.
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