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RE: issue tracking / project managment with svn - integration

From: Zsolt <zkoppanylist_at_intland.com>
Date: 2005-08-01 12:49:56 CEST

You might find CodeBeamer interesting. It is not free but had a good svn



>-----Original Message-----
>From: Jeffrey Creem [mailto:jeff@thecreems.com]
>Sent: Saturday, July 30, 2005 4:42 PM
>To: users@subversion.tigris.org
>Subject: Re: issue tracking / project managment with svn - integration
>...... Original Message .......
>On Sat, 30 Jul 2005 17:05:46 +1000 "Samay" <getafix123@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi folks,
>>> I'm looking for some kind of web based open source issue tracking /
>>> project management tool which might have a built-in subversion
>>> integration or able to integrate with subversion thru a plug-in.
>>> Maybe there's also a groupware tool that could fullfill my need.
>>> My main intention is the issue or better task tracking part.
>>> Currently tasks are assigned thru emails, telephone or at project
>>> meetings. But there is no way to track them... from time to time
>>> some tasks also get lost, no matter if it was assigned thru email
>>> or something else.
>>> So I would appreciate every thought, idea, whatever comes to
>>> your mind (and is actually useful) about this subject.
>>it may not be as straight forward as Trac, however, once setup its an
>>awesome tool for collaborative development environment. Yeah, does have
>>integration plug-in.
>if by not straightforward to set up you mean "you will spend more time
>setting it up than it will take to do the rest of the work on your project"
>I agree.
>If you stray from the developers linux distro forget it.
>If you go gforge and want to use it for real work, I highly recommend you
>purchase a support agreement from the gforge group.
>they are helpful and can prevent you from wasting many nonplanned hours
>playing with config files.
>Not that I found trac almost trivially easy to install and configure. If it
>meets your needs I'd go with it. It is not nearly a powerful as gforge but
>from where you are coming from it seems even trac would be a leap forward.
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