This review is not possible to finish, because I get that this question can not be closed as a dupe of this question, because it has no accepted or upvoted answer (although it has two answers - each with 6 upvotes).


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Sorry about this - the test was inadvertently negated, so it only let you close questions as duplicates of questions with no answers.

PSA: don't write production code when you're sick. It might catch something from you!

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    Lol? No unit testing?! You guys just failed code review in my team! Wait, that's a point - no code review?! Feb 2, 2013 at 1:30
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    I'm -1ing this because putting untested code into production is just... WTF. Feb 2, 2013 at 2:15
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    The worst of it is, I did test it - but I didn't test it with a user who wasn't me.
    – Shog9
    Feb 2, 2013 at 2:16

The bug still exists as of a few minutes ago. Here's what it looks like:
Bug screenshot

I accessed this one from the review queue.

The question is https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14647153/how-do-you-install-pip-on-windows-7-64-bit, which is proposed as a duplicate of How do I install pip on Windows?, which has 10 answers, with the accepted one with 175 upvotes.

Possibly related is that the answer is community wiki. But the other instances linked have the same issue but are not CW.

The same thing happens when you access the close dialog from the question itself (clicking on Close):
From the question

Mooing Duck gives another example:


Another example: I wanted to mark scoped_ptr ownership as a duplicate of What is a smart pointer and when should I use one?, which has 17 answers. The top answer has 239 score.

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