[TxMt] Bug Tracking System

Mando Escamilla mando.escamilla at gmail.com
Thu Dec 30 15:29:06 UTC 2004

Just FYI, Trac is the current open source hotness:


If you're using subversion as your version control system, it's got
some really tight integration with that.


On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 01:03:21 +0100, Allan Odgaard <allan at macromates.com> wrote:
> On Dec 29, 2004, at 20:32, David Tolpin wrote:
> > have you considered installing a web-based bug-tracking system
> > (bugzilla/RT/gnats/???) so users can submit bug reports and requests
> > for enhancements? It is much easier to track changes this way.
> Yes, Sune even did install Mantis on the server -- but for me it's
> currently just a lot of extra complexity, and I think also that most
> bug tracking systems are a turn-off for the user.
> There currently is the wiki for more persistent tracking and then this
> mailing list. With regard to following the progress, december has been
> a little unusual in that it hasn't seen any betas after 1.0.2, but
> normally it takes less than a week for something to be implemented to
> show up in a beta, so an easy way to track the progress is just to
> enable beta version checks in the preferences :)
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