> But I see your point. On the other hand, when I first got my hands on
> BugTracker, it wasn't working at all and I always only used it to check
> if my changes to ERX and ERD2W have broken too many things. It *should*
> be easy to convert it into a cool and easy BT app with a lot of
> functionality and *tons* more flexibility than - say - RTWeb, but in
> fact your message is the first feedback I received *ever* on this app
> and this wasn't simply enough for me to warrant any real work.
Just to second Jan on BT.
I had to search for a Bug Tracking software, and since I was in
evaluation mode, I had no time to go and try to figure out too deeply
why BT didn't work (compiled version and source code version). I got
to the first stage were the database was setup, but after that it
simply didn't work. At that point, I thought that BT was no longer
supported, but the code was still in wonder as a deprecated project
Does anyone have BT working ? am I right to assume it's deprecated and
no longer supported ? Should I revisit BT and try to make it work ?
As a free bug tracking software, Is it worth it ?
On moving repository to subversion, this sounds like a great idea, that
will certainly add one more argument to install and try svn on my own
thanks for your great works.
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