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Re: Issue tracking system for Subversion

From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2006-08-21 17:56:48 CEST

Chris.Fouts@qimonda.com wrote:
> You would have to write scripts to do this, to
> be called by the files in the hooks directory.
<snip />
>>> We use Bugzilla. Commit notes and altered files are automatically
>>> written into bug notes. It works out very well for us.
>> How is this done? I.e., which software are you using to do this?
>> Thanks,
>> \EF
>> --
>> Erik Forsberg OpenSource-based Thin Client Technology
>> Systems Analyst/Developer Phone: +46-13-21 46 00
>> Cendio AB Web: http://www.cendio.com
There are two thoughts on how to accomplish this - One is done through a
third-party "glue" which I didn't have much luck in using (to complex
for me :-) ), and the other is by a direct database write called from
the commit hooks.

You can find the first method here - http://freshmeat.net/projects/scmbug/

There are two options for the second -
  Mine (script only that you can download and modify) -
  Someone else's - http://sean-janus.optionpc.com/me/software/bugtraq/

The script I wrote has never failed me yet. One of these days I will
actually put up a little instructional page for it. But I hacked it
together for my company and just haven't had the personal time to do it.

Received on Mon Aug 21 18:13:10 2006

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