rra at stanford.edu
Sat May 9 20:45:07 UTC 2009
Julien ÉLIE <julien at trigofacile.com> writes:
> I do not know whether it is what you suggest but I have noticed that
> tests/data/overview/xref defines:
> 1 Xref: news.example.com example.test1:1
> 5 Xref: news.example.com example.test1:5 example.test2:1 example.test3:3
> 4 Xref: news.example.com blah example:test1:2 example.test1:4
> example.test2:-1 example.test3:2 example.test3 example.test2:1roger
> 3 Xref: news.example.com : example.test1:3 :3
> And the problem comes from #4 with example.test1:4, example.test3:2
> and #3 with example.test1:3.
> If I change the Xref: numbers to be *ascending*, it works fine (that
> is to say #4 with example.test1:6, example.test3:4 and #3 with
> But is it really what should be done?
Okay, that's disturbing. Yeah, it sounds like we broke out-of-order
overview storage somehow. I suspect Jeff's patch since we're getting
the diagnostic message that he added.
I'm not sure I could have made this test case harder to understand if I
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