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Bugtracking intergrated in SVN?

From: Peter Gebauer <peter_at_restamus.org>
Date: 2001-10-08 10:58:33 CEST

Hello!

I'm not a developer in this project. In fact, I'm not even a
member! However, that does not prevent me from beeing curious. :-)

I've been looking a long time for a good CVS replacement, something that
can handle module versioning as well as file versioning. They both serve a
big purpouse.
>From reading the "Design" docs I can tell SVN is pretty much on the right
track.
Reading a lot didn't give me answers to some of my more interresting
questions:

1) Will there be support for issue tracking on atom level as well as
module level? I want to access the issue database the same way one would
access the file/source database; by simple commands. I dislike GUI's and
don't use them unless forced to.
For instance, a command like "svn issue list mymodule" could list all
issues within a certain module. Or simmilar. Will this be an option?

2) What kind of versionen system is used? I like the OSDN regular
(x.y.z-p) used, but I would also like it on atom level. That is, files and
directories NEED to have their own versions, but the project/module
version needs to be changed for every atom change as well. This is what
SVN does?

Looking forward to a ready beta release tarball!

/Peter

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