Reports: Utilization of urls
carsten.rinke at gmx.de
Thu Mar 10 12:58:56 EST 2016
I have the same point of view regarding the categorization:
This is adding an optional representation mode to existing reports. Not
making up new reports.
This option is available already for the networth line chart (even
though differently implemented), so I rather see this a bug fix instead
of a new feature.
At the same time I see this a minor modification. So waiting 2 years to
make this available for other users .... that is a looooong way. But it
has happened before that I have underestimated the complexity of the
On 09.03.2016 22:10, Geert Janssens wrote:
> On Wednesday 09 March 2016 22:07:37 Geert Janssens wrote:
>> On Wednesday 09 March 2016 10:40:51 Derek Atkins wrote:
>>> John Ralls <jralls at ceridwen.us> writes:
>>>>> On Mar 8, 2016, at 11:32 AM, Carsten Rinke <carsten.rinke at gmx.de>
>>>>> The difference is the line chart option for budget reports: it
>>>>> alrady been included on the master branch, but not on the maint
>>>>> I did a git pull today again on both branches just to make sure I
>>>>> did not miss anything.
>>>> Sorry, I didn't make the point clear: Should new reports be added
>>>> the middle of a stable release series or should they wait for the
>>>> next major release? If the latter then there should be no commits
>>>> to maint. The fact that line charts are already partly implemented
>>>> in master is a strong argument that the others should, too.
>>> I feel that it's okay for new reports to get added in the middle of
>>> stable release.
>> The patch is making changes in existing reports to extend their
>> behavior to either show a bar chart or a line chart. It's not adding
>> new, independent reports. I agree with John this should only be
>> committed to master in order to avoid unexpected issues in the stable
> Note that I haven't had time yet to test the proposed patch or for a thorough code review.
> That will follow later. The above conclusion is from a quick look at the patch.
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