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Old 01-21-2010, 06:28 PM
Nick Douma
 
Default Multi-repository project manager

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A question for all software developers and software project managers.

I am looking for a replacement for our current Trac project manager.
Trac has server us fine until now, and we still use it with great
results. We are, however, starting to realize the limitations of Trac,
and its simple approach. Basically, I'm looking for a new system that
can do the following:

* Integrate well with Subversion
* Ability to control tickets from commit messages (i.e. close tickets
and update them with your commit messages)
* Able to track and manage multiple SVN repositories at one time;
ability to create tickets that span multiple repositories.
* More advanced user managing (developer resources, but also ticket
posters and their preferences)
* Built in documentation system, also linkable with tickets and repositories

As part of a comparison between various software, I'm interested in any
and all experience that any of you have with a project manager, that can
achieve the above. I'm not limiting my search to open-source software.
Something that can import our current Trac projects is also welcome, but
not necessarily a requirement.
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Old 01-28-2010, 12:25 PM
Tzafrir Cohen
 
Default Multi-repository project manager

On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 08:28:35PM +0100, Nick Douma wrote:
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>
> A question for all software developers and software project managers.
>
> I am looking for a replacement for our current Trac project manager.
> Trac has server us fine until now, and we still use it with great
> results. We are, however, starting to realize the limitations of Trac,
> and its simple approach. Basically, I'm looking for a new system that
> can do the following:
>
> * Integrate well with Subversion
> * Ability to control tickets from commit messages (i.e. close tickets
> and update them with your commit messages)
> * Able to track and manage multiple SVN repositories at one time;
> ability to create tickets that span multiple repositories.
> * More advanced user managing (developer resources, but also ticket
> posters and their preferences)
> * Built in documentation system, also linkable with tickets and repositories
>
> As part of a comparison between various software, I'm interested in any
> and all experience that any of you have with a project manager, that can
> achieve the above. I'm not limiting my search to open-source software.
> Something that can import our current Trac projects is also welcome, but
> not necessarily a requirement.

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