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RE: Issue tracker in subversion

From: Bolstridge, Andrew <andy.bolstridge_at_intergraph.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2009 10:03:28 +0100

From: Mike Meyer [mailto:mmeyer_at_lexmark.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 14, 2009 5:33 PM
To: Les Mikesell
Cc: vishwajeet singh; Gregoire Welraeds; Jim Hanley;
users_at_subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Issue tracker in subversion

 

Les Mikesell <lesmikesell_at_gmail.com> wrote on 04/14/2009 11:28:20 AM:
> I sort-of disagree. Change requests are almost by definition, not
what
> any version of the code is - and often not even related to anything
that
> exists. They are generally made by people who don't work directly
with
> the code, don't have the subversion tools, and want a form/database
type
> of interaction. That is, they want to count instances of completed
and
> unfinished requests or find a keyword, not look at yesterday's or last

> week's list of requests or compare two lists.

Right - change requests are related to changelists, not source. The
developers tend to want to ask questions like "Tell me what change
requests this changelist was in response to" and the converse "which
changelist(s) fixed this issue".

> Some trackers have ways to tie the commit revision to the request/bug,

> which is all you need.

Yup. But they tend to do it with commit hooks, which some people aren't
comfortable with. I can understand that: to much code in the commit
hooks leads to to likely failures in said code, which

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