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A good PHP-based issue tracker

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We're looking for a simple open source bug-tracking software. Any
suggestion?

Apr 7 '06 #1
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Hi,
This page summarize a few debugginf techniques in PHP
http://www.commentcamarche.net/faq/s...es-de-debugage
It's in French, but the code is clear enough

Vive La France!!

Apr 7 '06 #2

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Chung Leong wrote:
We're looking for a simple open source bug-tracking software. Any
suggestion?


When I looked around some time ago there wasn't much available in PHP. IMHO
one of the best TT systems available is an open-source package called RT -
it's written in Perl though. I must confess to rather liking Test Director
- a commercial product, and very Microsoftized (expecting it to break
massively with the 'fixed' version of explorer coming out soon).

phphelpdesk and double choco latte both seem competent and I would be
looking at these in some more detail though.

HTH

C.
Apr 7 '06 #3

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Chung Leong wrote:
We're looking for a simple open source bug-tracking software. Any
suggestion?

Hi Chung,

A large company i do projects for uses Mantis. It has been nominated for
the 2006 Community Choice Awards of sourceforge. It is GPL and runs on
php and MySQL. I think it is quite complete, typically something to use
if you have many projects and employees, customers etc. and need
role-based access control. May take some time to configure though, i am
afraid it is overkill if you need something simple. Maybe you already
know it, then i hope this message will be of some use to others who read
this thread.

Greetings,

Henk Verhoeven,
www.phppeanuts.org.
Apr 8 '06 #4

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Henk Verhoeven wrote:
A large company i do projects for uses Mantis. It has been nominated for
the 2006 Community Choice Awards of sourceforge. It is GPL and runs on
php and MySQL. I think it is quite complete, typically something to use
if you have many projects and employees, customers etc. and need
role-based access control. May take some time to configure though, i am
afraid it is overkill if you need something simple. Maybe you already
know it, then i hope this message will be of some use to others who read
this thread.


Thanks a lot for the info. Mantis looks very impressive. I'll
definitively keep it in mind for future projects. For my current
project, it's a little too sophisticated. My fear is that the less tech
savvy members on the team would get intimidated and revert to using pen
and paper.

Bug Genie, which I found on Sourceforge, seems to be exactly what I'm
looking for: soft borders, big colorful icons.

Apr 8 '06 #5

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"Chung Leong" <ch***********@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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We're looking for a simple open source bug-tracking software. Any
suggestion?


We use the MySQL created Eventum. Excellent issue tracker with most or all
of the features you'll need for basic (and even advanced) issue management.
Check it out here: http://eventum.mysql.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

Anthony
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Apr 9 '06 #6

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