[Phpmyadmin-devel] GSOC Interesting

Andreas Lundquist andreas.lunkan at gmail.com
Sat Mar 19 18:49:34 CET 2011

Hi Dieter,

Thanks. Don't know if this is the right place but I think I found a bug in
inline editing of rows. The save button don't work like it should and when I
looked through
the code I found a strange looking line. sql_query += ' `' + field_name +
"`='" + this_field_params[field_name].replace(/'/g, "''") + "' , ";
This is line 842 in js/sql.js.

I don't know how the end on that line should look but it's definitely not
right with the quotations. Should I add a bug to the tracker about this and
try to fix it?

Kind regards,

2011/3/19 Dieter Adriaenssens <dieter.adriaenssens at gmail.com>

> 2011/3/19 Lunkan <andreas.lunkan at gmail.com>:
> > Hi pma developing community!
> > First of all, a small presentation, my name is Andreas Lundquist and is a
> > pre-graduate student from Sweden. I have been using phpmyadmin a lot when
> > doing things like small websites and so.
> > It's always been my first choice when doing web development.
> > I'm interested in the idea of improving the browse-mode like said on the
> > idea page
> > at
> http://wiki.phpmyadmin.net/pma/GSoC_2011_Ideas_List#Browse-mode_improvements
> .
> > There were quite many users who have sent in requests about this topic
> and
> > many of them I think are possible to implement.
> > Sadly I have never contributed to any open-source projects before so this
> > mailinglist and stuff like git is quite new for me. However I have been
> > using svn on some projects so I'm not to blown away of the idea.
> > I have managed to get the source code to a local git repository and will
> > create a repository on the site recommended by the git guide in the wiki.
> > I will look through the source code and hopefully understand the
> structure
> > and try to fix some bugs or requests from the bug tracker so I get the
> idea
> > of sending in code to be reviewed.
> > Just one question though just to be clear, am I supposed to write a line
> in
> > the bug tracker before I start try to implement it even if I'm not sure I
> > could do it?
> > That's all for now, just thought I should present myself to the community
> so
> > you know who I am.
> >
> > Best regards,
> > Andreas Lundquist
> >
> Hi Andreas,
> Thanks for the elaborate introduction. Welcome on the mailing list.
> To answer your question about the bug/feature tracker : it is always a
> good idea to let others know you are working on a patch, to avoid that
> two or more people are working on the same patch.
> But I guess before you start working on a patch, you reviewed the bug,
> tried to reproduce it and looked for the problem in order to get an
> idea on how to solve it, so by that time you should know if you will
> be able to fix it. ;)
> In the case you stop working on it, or don't plan to finish it, add
> another comment that you're not working on it anymore, so that others
> can work on it.
> Good luck with GSoC (and submitting your proposal).
> Kind regards,
> Dieter
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