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>Do you get any form of acknowledgment that a bug has been accepted as valid and might be fixed at some point? I spent a long time creating the perfect program to demonstrate a bug. I did not receive any answer until 4 months later. And here was Apple's reply: >This message is being sent to you in regards to the bug you have filed >under Bug ID# 3176783. Our engineering team has tested against this bug >report and is unable to reproduce the issue in Java 1.4.1 Update DP102. >Please let us know whether or not you continue to experience the issue >with the newly released software available to eligible members on 21 >June 2003. The least they could have done was acknowledge the bug on the JDK I reported it against. I don't care about Java 1.4 since MacOS X 10.1 users cannot use it. I did not find the reply very polite, so I have not filed another bug since then. I also think Sun's Java Bug Parade is much better. They don't really give better replies, but at least it's possible to discuss workarounds with other developers. _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. Java-dev mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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