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Re: Which issue tracking tool copes best with (T)svn?

From: Tom Widmer <tom.widmer_at_camcog.com>
Date: 2007-12-11 15:37:39 CET

Wyss Clemens (Helbling Technik) wrote:
> I am about to build up a toolchain for a new project. Subversion(TSVN)
> and CruiseControl.NET (for CI) are given.
> Now I am looking for an issue tracking tool which "integrates" well into
> subversion.
> Which would you suggest?
> - mantis
> - scarab
> - trac
> - jira
> [- subissue, seems to be too far from being applicable]

JIRA and trac have the best built in support in that list, I think -
both are "bi-directional", and don't require any hacking. You might want
to use FishEye as well with JIRA. It is certainly possible with Mantis
and Scarab too though (and Bugzilla for that matter). You could check
out SCMbug too.

FogBugz also appears to have bidirectional support, including SVN,
ViewVCS/WebSVN and TSVN support (via bugtraq properties I guess), and is
cheaper than JIRA, and might meet your needs just as well if you want to
use a lightweight process.


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Received on Tue Dec 11 16:20:43 2007

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