we have been using Subversion in conjunction with mantis
(www.mantisbt.org) since about two years and we are very satisfied with
As of now, I have only implemented "half of the integration", i. e. we
are including links to the corresponding mantis ticket within svn log
messages which works _very_ fine with TortoiseSVN.
Setting this up is really a child's play and worked from scratch.
The other half seems to be somewhat more complex although mantis is
known to support it. As far as I know there are mechanisms within
mantis' work flow logic that enable you to update a ticket from outside
(say by means of an svn commit hook script); but I have not yet managed
to get this working due to my lack of available time :-(
This implies that our users still have to manually enter the svn
revision numbers into the addressed mantis ticket(s).
At the time when I had set up the system, PostgreSQL support was
regarded to be in an experimental state; but I'm pretty shure it has
reached a stable state in the meantime.
From: Laurence Samuels [mailto:laurence.samuels_at_googlemail.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2008 12:52 PM
Subject: svn + bugtracking system
I'll like some advice on an opensource bugtracking system (whose backend
is postgres) that we can use at work, and which can be integrated with
svn. We use svn for our version control. I looked around the web, and
camce across Bugzilla. But the stories I've read of integrating bugzilla
with svn look as if it is not an easy task to do.
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Received on 2008-05-23 09:14:32 CEST