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Re: PROPOSAL: Subversion as an Issue Tracker?

From: Sergey A. Lipnevich <sergeyli_at_pisem.net>
Date: 2002-08-01 14:53:45 CEST


Before I read to the end of it. I was planning on using XML output with
smart XSL which would detect series like <bug id=x>fixed</bug> or
whatever in the log messages and create a link (<a/>) to Bugzilla, so
that while browsing sources you could see log messages with links. The
backwards integration with Bugzilla is also possible if (big if)
mod_dav_svn supported browsing of previous revisions and specific
requests like "show me files that have changed in revision X". This way,
it would be possible to put special tags in issue comments which would
link to SVN. It's not more than idea now, but given some time ;-)...
What do you think?


Peter Davis wrote:

>Maybe I'm crazy, but I'm starting a new project of my own, and I thought,
>"Hey, I don't want to spend the effort to set up Bugzilla, I don't have the
>money to spend on IssueZilla (as nice as it looks), and I don't have a Tomcat
>server available to run Scarab. Why not put my issues in the obvious place,
>with the rest of my source?"

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