malloc.patch problem?

Simon 'corecode' Schubert corecode at
Thu Feb 9 18:32:59 PST 2006

On 10.02.2006, at 02:33, walt wrote:
walt wrote:
I've been testing Kevin's malloc patch on -current, and I thought
that I had discovered a bug.
Hmm.  Sorry for the repost, but here is why -- I got this email:
DragonFly issue tracker wrote:
There were problems handling your subject line argument list:
- not of form [arg=lue,value,...;arg=value,value,...]
Subject was: "malloc.patch problem? [maybe not]"
I then got an identical message after I modified my subject line
and reposted.
Any hints what I'm doing wrong?
I'm sorry, that's roundup, the issue tracker I have been evaluating for 
some time now.  I configured it to be silent so that people don't get 
annoyed, but some things you never think of...

roundup takes state changes of a issue in square brackets, so in case 
you want to close a issue, you'd just add [state=resolved] to the 
subject line when replying.

it just got confused by your addition in []

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