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Re: [TSVN] Trac/bugtraq - Ticket to Changeset link [was: Re: Trac [was: TortoiseSVN 1.1.1 released]]

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-10-27 20:47:36 CEST

Lars Klose <lars.klose@klst.com> wrote on 10/27/2004 02:41:34 PM:

> >>that list is HUGE! You definitely don't want such a big list in a
> >>floating dropdown box. You need a separate window with scrollbars and
> >>enough space to show at least a small part of all those issues to not
> >>loose the oversight.
> Actually I wouldn't want such a huge list _at all_. If it is as big as
> that is probably depends on habits inside an organisation. Even in a
> large project spanning a few years and involving ~10 developers we
> _never_ had as many issues open at a single point in time. It's a matter

> of frequently evaluating the validity of opened bugs.
> In some cases simply returning all open/active issues might not be
> enough. Maybe we would need to give that some more thought.
> One suggestion that comes to mind would be to optionally submit the user

> name as part of the URL of the request to the issue tracker (add
> something like %USER% to bugtraq:ticketrequesturl or similar). That way
> it could return e.g. only the tickets assigned to that user.

I would presume that in many cases the user would be prompted to login by
the bug tracking system, and then it would only show them their bug's. The
problem with %USER% is what do you substitute? The Windows ID may or may
not be their ID for the bug tracking system. I wouldn't be against having
a %USER%, just pointing out there might be other ways to handle it.


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