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Re: cvs and gnats link?

From: Kaz Kylheku
Subject: Re: cvs and gnats link?
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 01:29:33 GMT
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In article <address@hidden>, Schwenk, Jeanie wrote:
>We had a bug that toasted some product (see many $$ here).  Now management
>wants a "formal" system of notification, complete with reports and and
>appropriate sign off when changes take place.  With absolutely nothing for a
>budget of course.  This sweeping bureacracy change is to include a bug
>tracking system.   I've been looking at GNATS and would like to know if CVS
>and GNATS can be linked.  From a developer standpoint, it would be most
>convenient and less error prone to type the same information once rather
>than twice.

What would you ever enter twice? Bug reports go into GNATS, code goes
into CVS.

In your bug tracking system, you can make certain references to versions.
For example, a bug can be marked as having been discovered in 
release 'toaster_1_3' and laster marked as having been fixed in
'toaster_1_7'. Not by coincidence, these would correspond to release
tags in CVS.

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