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Re: Tickets

From: Andreas Schweigstill <andreas_at_schweigstill.de>
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 13:50:18 +0200


johnmb schrieb:
> One thing I have looked for in the documentation I have is whether SVN
> supports tickets and if so, does anyone have a link to a tutorial on how to
> use it.

As other people already mentioned, Subversion is not a bug tracking
software. But there are lots of integrations with some of them. One
very important system hasn't been mentioned before: Bugzilla. There
have been several attempts to integrate Subversion and Bugzilla and
also some Wikis like Mediawiki but all of them use a completely
different integration model which isn't neccessarily straight-forward.

Some documentation about ScmBug and BugTraq can be found here:

For one of my customer I set-up a devlopment server which includes
Subversion, Bugzilla and Mediawiki, but currently the dependencies
are managed manually. If someone sets a bug report to resolved he
includes the subversion revision in his status report, e.g. "fixed
by R1234". Also if someone checks in a bug fix into Subversion he writes
"Solves bug report #987". In the project documentation in Mediawiki
developers also write some hints, e.g. "This feature has been
implemented in R1235".

Andreas Schweigstill

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