#i**'s in CVS commit comments

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#i**'s in CVS commit comments

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Have any of you noticed the new #i**'s in the CVS commit comments, and does anybody have an explanation for them? - They seem to be some kind of "Internal" ordering of something, but I don't know what! :roll: :ugeek:
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internal tracker ids. :) The same as the bug tracker ids, but with an i to indicate "internal".

edit: the relevant changelog entries will be committed too, so you do not miss anything. ;)

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Well, the interesting part in that internal/non public tracker is also the open/non closed tickets in it. We will just live without knowledge about its contents and the change log entries after a fix will do. ;)
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I'll risk a guess...it might be related to the security audit that has been mentioned a while ago...maybe its on the way and the outcomes are hold in an "internal" bug tracker ;)
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Yes, it's likely, but we will never know, otherwise Acyd Burn would have posted it above.
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th23 wrote:I'll risk a guess...it might be related to the security audit that has been mentioned a while ago...maybe its on the way and the outcomes are hold in an "internal" bug tracker ;)
Had the same thought a few days earlier. It might not be far, look at the nature of the fixes, all security and doublecheck stuff :)
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