(I wrote "some sort", but ment "some thought" :-) )
> > Probably I am much to late, but before 1.1 is released I want to ask whether
> > there has been some thought about renaming the "fixed in version" field to
> > "target version" and use it for both purposes. I have done this here for my
> > mantis installation and am quite happy with it.
> AFAICT, "target version" was introduced to support the roadmap
> feature: if you merge the two, the roadmap and changelog pages will
> show the same information.
> Am I missing something?
Maybe, I thing the one thing just makes sense, as long as the issue is
not resolved, the other doesn't make sense, if it is resolved.
The consequnce is, we use it for both purposes:
If a issue is not resolved this one field gives the target version
for the target.
If a issue is resolved/verfied/closed this one field gives the fixed
> > Does the effort of an
> > additional version, that may be inconsistent after the bug is released,
> > really pay off?
> I do not understand this: what could be inconsistent?
Well, if the issue does not reach its target or is fixed in a previous
version, "fixed in version" will be entered correctly, but the "target
version" may be incorrect.
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