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

From: Jamie Lawrence <jal_at_jal.org>
Date: 2005-01-18 21:26:52 CET

On Tue, 18 Jan 2005, Sean Laurent wrote:

> Mantis (http://www.mantisbt.org) provides the closest to this I've seen in a
> while.
> You can create a clone of an issue and tie the two issues together with a
> dependency relationship ("related to", "depends on", "prereq of", etc.):
> - Create a general issue for the bug (let's say issue #42)
> - Create a clone (#43) that's a child of #42. In other words, #43 blocks #42
> until #43 is marked as complete. Make #43 for release X.
> - Create another clone (#44) that's a child of #42 and make it for release Y.

RT (http://www.bestpractical.com/rt/) can do this as well, and also
supports making a tree of dependent bugs something that needs "approval"
- a signoff step.

RT is also eminently hackable (mod_perl/Mason, with a fairly clean
indirection layer for customizing through upgrades), if you're in to that
sort of thing.


Jamie Lawrence                                        jal@jal.org
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