Github vs Bugzilla for submitting a PR/issue.

Mike Parker aldacron at
Mon Apr 13 22:20:59 UTC 2020

On Monday, 13 April 2020 at 21:32:43 UTC, Adnan wrote:
> On Monday, 13 April 2020 at 21:31:49 UTC, Adnan wrote:
>> I'm a bit confused about D's development process. I've seen 
>> people discussing DIPs in Github. I've also seen people 
>> discuss internal issues in bugzilla. How do these to correlate?
>> I'm not very familiar with bugzilla, last time I reported an 
>> issue about a documentation in the std, I was forwarded to 
>> bugzilla. I feel that I could have fixed it myself and submit 
>> a PR to the main repo but I wasn't sure if that's how it 
>> works. So I ended up just reporting an issue and I couldn't 
>> even find the thread anymore and a week or two later they 
>> fixed it.

Issues are reported in Bugzilla. Github PRs fixing them should 
include the issue number in the title. Typically, if you find a 
bug and want to fix it, you forst report it on Bugzilla then 
submit a PR to the appropriate repository.


> Threre's also this: where 
> people seem to discuss issues as well.

That forum is automatically updated from Bugzilla. The 
discussions are happening in comments on Bugzilla issues.

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