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RE: Non-Apache WebDAV / DeltaV Module

From: Kevin Puetz <puetzk_at_puetzk.org>
Date: 2005-03-18 15:31:17 CET

Lim, Teck Hooi wrote:

> The next step is to have files in the SVN tied to issues in a issue
> tracker like Bugzilla. I hope you know where I'm heading. Eventually, SVN
> will be hidden from the users. Users interact with the issue tracker
> instead of SVN directly. End in end, the users' experience will be a
> combination of SVN and an issue tracker. With that said, I would imagine
> that the issue tracker will handle the user ACL, allow users to log bugs &
> features and finally allow the users to check in & out files that tied to
> a particular issue thru the same interface. Also, this tracker should
> understand WebDAV to allow clients to check in & out files across the
> network. I guess mod_authz_svn would not be useful any more since its job
> is handled by the said issue tracker. Also, the said issue tracker should
> have all the rights to the SVN since it is the sole client to the
> repository.
> I came across SCMBug, http://freshmeat.net/projects/scmbug/, a system that
> integrates software configuration management (SCM) with bug-tracking. We
> want to have something similar to that and with our requirements added to
> it. Personally as well as those in the team prefer to have the whole
> solution in Java if it is not too difficult to do. We have considered
> extending or writing Apache mods only if we really have to.

trac (http://projects.edgewall.com/trac) is another popular solution, with a
code browser, an issue tracking system, some scheduling features, and a

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