Squashing in Git In this post we demonstrate different ways to squash commits in Git. The term squashing refers to consolidating multiple commits into one single commit, for the purpose of simplifying the project history. There are several ways to perform this task in Git. Interactive rebase > git rebase --interactive The Squash Command One, […]Read More
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Mozilla just published a security advisory (CVE-2016-2814) regarding a bug I reported against Firefox. The defect causes an overflow in libstagefright which is used for video playback. This causes a (potentially) exploitable crash triggered by specially designed video data. The issue has been resolved in the latest version of Firefox (46) and both ESR versions […]Read More
I got sick in San Francisco. Kim jumped in at the last a second and gave the presentation at ICSE 2013. He did a great job in presenting our work in the grand ballroom. We got a lot of good questions and discussions going after the presentation. Thanks to everyone who attended the session. Kim […]Read More
Finally we made it to setup a website for our mozkito project. Want to know more about mozkito? Visit our new website here. Tags: Development, Mining, mozkitoRead More
In a manual examination of more than 7,000 issue reports from the bug databases of five open-source projects, we found 33.8% of all issue reports to be misclassified, that is, rather than referring to a code fix, they resulted in a new feature, an update to documentation, or an internal refactoring. This misclassification introduces bias […]Read More