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darrellmeyer
2 Jul 2008, 9:12 PM
When posting bugs please include the following information:

- Detailed description of the problem
- GXT version
- Host mode / web mode / both
- Browser and version
- Operating System
- Sample code

Sample code is very important. Posts with sample code will always be reviewed quicker than posts without sample code. The test code should be as simple as possible while showing the reported bug. The code should follow these guidelines:

- A single class that implements EntryPoint, ideally named Test and not extending any classes:


public class Test implements EntryPoint {
public void onModuleLoad() {

}
}- The code should not have any dependencies other than the GWT, GXT UI and Resources Module (Resources module includes test data).
- The code should compile and be executable as is.

zaccret
3 Dec 2008, 2:13 AM
Do you prefer a single class that implements EntryPoint or a single class that extends GWTTestCase ?

darrellmeyer
3 Dec 2008, 7:28 AM
Do you prefer a single class that implements EntryPoint or a single class that extends GWTTestCase ?Single class that implements EntryPoint.

stang
11 Dec 2008, 7:47 AM
hi , there:

I'm very new to GWT. when i play with the provided samples I've found the desktop sample does not work on IE7. it works on IE6 but has the problem with displaying the images. In IE7 it just hangs. There is no problems with firebox.

GXT version : 1.2
Host mode: web mode
Browser and version : IE7 and IE6
Operating System : Windows XP


But overall I'm very impressed, excellent stuff.

regards,
Stephen

jbaxter
11 Feb 2009, 9:23 PM
Can I get a clarification on the test-case policy?

Is it the case that bug notifications that don't contain test-cases are largely ignored?

Building a test-case makes sense if you can't isolate the bug. But it is time consuming and painful and seems unnecessary if you have already found the bug, and posted exactly where it is with a suggested patch, eg: http://extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=59548

sven
12 Feb 2009, 1:22 AM
Is it the case that bug notifications that don't contain test-cases are largely ignored?

No they dont get ignored.

It just needs more time to confirm them.

sdc
16 Feb 2009, 9:59 AM
Where should we post API improvement suggestions ?
What I call API improvement is : bad generics usage, args check, performance...