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Re: SVN & Bugzilla

From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2006-12-31 23:33:05 CET

Gupta, Praful wrote:
> Hey Guys
> One of our development teams wants to use Bugzilla and have it
> installed on the same server as Subversion, are there any problems in
> doing this? They said there was no integration with Subversion but
> only use it as a bug tracking system.
> Thanks.
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I have been running both Subversion and Bugzilla on the same server for
nearly 3 years now with no issues. Whether you choose to tie the two
systems together has no affect on the operation of the systems individually.

As for whether or not anyone would want to in the future, I looked at
the SCMBug option when I set up and have looked at it a couple times
since. My opinion is that it has to many moving parts that are relied
upon to keep the interface going. I combined some features of a couple
of other scripts I had found online that creates a direct write into the
Bugzilla database. It's worked for me from Bugzilla 2.16 up through
2.23+ (current test environment). You can find the script here -
http://www.thegrumans.net/projects/svn/commit-mysql.pl . It requires
reading a few notes at the top of the script as well as setting the
Bugtraq properties from TortoiseSVN or Subclipse.

Received on Sun Dec 31 23:33:35 2006

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