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Re: [OT] interested in subversion-friendly project management SW

From: <Nick_Gianakas_at_sybari.com>
Date: 2005-01-18 17:12:46 CET

> "I know bug # X has been fixed on branch Y. But has it been fixed on
> branch Z? Was it ever present on branch Z?"
> - A tool that can keep track of what branches the bug applies to / is
> relevant for, and what branches it has been fixed on - either because it

> has been manually fixed on several branches, or because the fix has been

> merged from one branch to another.
> I always wonder how a bug tracking tool can have one state variable e.g.

> with values from (New,Assigned,Fixed) and still usefully reflect reality

> in the presence of branches.
> Does anyone know of a tool that can track *that*?
I think practically every issue tracker has this capability. Branches
worth keeping track of are typically releases. If configured, the issue
tracker supports one or more releases for a particular issue. So branch X
is probably version 1.X, which could have an entry in the issue tracker.

Nick G.

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