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

From: <Nick_Gianakas_at_sybari.com>
Date: 2005-01-18 20:45:13 CET

> I can fiddle with the tool and manually decide that it applies to
> releases X, Y and Z.
> Now it gets fixed, verified and closed in release X. (But is still
> unfixed in Y and Z). At least in the tools I know of, I can not get it
> to show that it originally applied to releases X, Y and Z, but is fixed
> in X only. The tools I've seen only support listing which releases the
> current bug state applies to, so history is lost.
I see what you're saying. But the problem could be in the usage of the
issue tracker. If an issue is open that is confirmed in releases X, Y,
and Z, then the issue probably should not be marked as fixed or closed
until it has actually been fixed in all releases. Doing otherwise is no
different than marking an issue as fixed after correcting it for Win2000
but ignoring WinXP (just an example).
If independent control over the issue is desired (per release), then open
an issue for each release. This has the downside of no
A nice feature here would be to have an issue split itself (emulate
multiple copies) per attribute (platform, release, etc). That's probably
what you're looking for. I don't know of an issue tracker that does this.

Nick G.

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