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Re: Bug Tracking integration with CVS

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: Bug Tracking integration with CVS
Date: Tue, 06 Apr 2004 11:33:55 -0700

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Hi Louis,

Louis Avrami <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello all,
> On a project that I am currently working on we have a need to
> implement a bug-tracking system.  We would like to integrate
> this bug-trakcing system with our CVS repository, primarily to
> associate what source code changes
> were made to fix a particular bug.
> Can anyone out there suggest the best way to accomplish this?
> From what I ahve read, one way to do this would be to integrate
> Bugzilla and CVS.  If we were to use Bugzilla for bug tracking,
> it appears that there are two methods that we can use to associate
> bugs with code changes, according to the Bugzilla FAQ (see below).
>  If anyone has any experience with either of these and can share
> anything, please let me know.
> If anyone has used a different tool and/or technique that might
> be useful, we would be interested in that also.  I've started
> looking on for any tools, but haven't come across
> anything yet.
> Thanks,
> Lou Avrami ( address@hidden )

Another defect tracking system of general use is gnats

fwiw: My current employer uses gnats for defect tracking and commits are
integrated as well (actually, we are using an oracle backend for gnats
with the gnats front-end. This version of gnats is available via and is still under discussion for
adoption as the next version of gnats -- it would be fairly
straightforward to support other SQL backends than just oracle as the

Doing a google search for 'gnats cvs' should find you a number of
threads on integration of the two. You could also post your query to the
address@hidden mailing list.

        -- Mark
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