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Re: issue tracking / project managment with svn - integration

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-08-17 13:43:30 CEST

On 15.08.2005, at 10:31, Clemens A mensik wrote:

> Pim Bliek wrote:
>> It is not that difficult. Read the Trac on
>> http://projects.edgewall.com/trac/
>> Specially: http://projects.edgewall.com/trac/wiki/
>> TracMultipleProjects
> huch... found time now to install trac and have also found out that
> the trac environemt relly sucks... sorry, to say so, but all the
> modules
> I have to install first like the 'SWIG language bindings' I can't
> install without having cygwin + a working c compiler.... how am I
> supposted to install it on a windows server? without going thru this
> whole crap setup? I don't have time to go thru all of this....
> I really thinkg about trying out gforge.. or is there some other open
> source issue tracking tool with a subversion integration?

I also found Trac's dependencies way difficult to install (on Mac OS
X), and although its integrated bugtracker/repobrowser/wiki trio is
appealing, it only handled one project at a time, which didn't work
for us.

We're now using Mantis as our bug tracker and MediaWiki as our wiki.
They're both PHP + MySQL; since our business is developing PHP +
MySQL web sites, both were a breeze to install. They're not
integrated with one another, but so far that hasn't been a problem.
So far we have no repo browser, except what you get in TortoiseSVN or
with mod_dav_svn. Mantis does already integrate with ViewCVS for CVS
repositories. I don't think it does that for Subversion yet, but I
haven't tried. It should be easy to do though I'd imagine. (If anyone
has more info on this, I'd be interested.)

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