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RE: issue tracking / project managment with svn - integration

From: Jonathan Chum <jchum_at_aismedia.com>
Date: 2005-08-24 22:46:39 CEST

Hi all,

I've been working on something on the side several months ago and it sat for
a while until yesterday - I fixed some issues with the bug tracking and WIKI

It's currently staged at this location: http://primoplace.com/novatrac/

The code is written in PHP/MySQL and utilizes a couple of Pear libraries.
The support tickets and Wiki tab is based on the WIKI parser in the Pear
library. Feel free to test the new ticket/reply using WIKI examples from

The only requirement is access to the command line svn binary since I
couldn't get the SVN Binding for PHP to work under Windows.

Right now it manages only one project a time and works slightly better under
Firefox (CSS issues under IE). Although the tabs is preventing me from
making the iframes stretch 100% height wise under Firefox.

I'm visioning a drop down at the top of the page that allows you to easily
switch between projects.

It's not much right now, but if you look in the Wiki tab, it describes
eventually what the app will become.

BTW, Horde/IMP supports SVN browsing. I just never got it working :)

Jonathan Chum
Senior Developer

AIS Media, Inc. - "Passion. Innovation. Expertise"
7000 Central Parkway, Suite 1700
Atlanta, GA 30328
Tel: 770.350.7998 / Fax: 770.350.9409
http://www.aismedia.com / jchum_at_aismedia.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Schmidt [mailto:subversion-2005@ryandesign.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 17, 2005 7:44 AM
To: clemens.mensik@ip2.at
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: issue tracking / project managment with svn - integration

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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