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|Bug tracking software?|
|Wed, Sep 26 2007 6:23 AM||Permanent Link|
I've just written some code to take a madExcept report and fill in some
fields in a DBISAM table. The aim is to create some sort of bug tracking
software - nothing fancy but a way to manage these technical reports. Has
anyone else done anything like this? I'd appreciate thoughts and
suggestions as to what I need to do.
|Wed, Sep 26 2007 9:08 AM||Permanent Link|
Scott Martin has a nifty little product ISMRR - http://www.senderosoftware.com/index.asp
|Wed, Sep 26 2007 11:39 AM||Permanent Link|
"Mantis is a free popular web-based bug tracking system"
We use Mantis here.
|Wed, Sep 26 2007 12:43 PM||Permanent Link|
TVM - I suspect it isn't designed to be hacked as much as I need though.
|Wed, Sep 26 2007 1:11 PM||Permanent Link|
Scott is the only one who can really comment on that
How are you getting on with TMaN?
|Wed, Sep 26 2007 1:20 PM||Permanent Link|
I presume you've looked on sourceforge.net.........
|Wed, Sep 26 2007 1:23 PM||Permanent Link|
I have mantis running on a web server, but I don't use it enough. But it
doesn't use DBISAM, and the main idea behind this is to have my "send
bug report" button in the app auto-feed into my database, hence I need my
custom code and DBISAM as the store.
|Wed, Sep 26 2007 2:18 PM||Permanent Link|
> How are you getting on with TMaN?
I run it up occasionally, but nothing beyond that. I need to read the help
on groups etc so I can sort and filter better. Once I understand that,
thing will be more practical.
Paid work keeps getting in the way though!