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Re: basic questions about issue tracker integration

From: Lutz Frommberger <Lutz.Frommberger_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2005-11-03 00:24:27 CET

Sascha Herpers <herpers@wiso.uni-koeln.de> wrote:
> I would like to document known bugs directly in the source code. The
> issue tracker should read through the commited files and update it's
> list of known bugs. Once a bug is resolved, the line with the bug
> information should be removed. The issue tracker should figure out, that
> if the lines with the bugs are gone, that the bug is resolved.
> That's kind of like writing documentation directly into the source code
> and extracting it with javadoc (or whatever).
> Are issue trackers capable of this?

It's unclear to me what you mean with "issue tracker" - what do you expect
the issue tracker to do?

Compiling a list of bugs and todos from source code comments is exactly what
documentation tools like doxygen do. What additional functionality do you
search for?


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