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RE: Tags usage -- comments please

From: Paul Sander
Subject: RE: Tags usage -- comments please
Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 11:15:05 -0700

Indeed.  You can even have a *info script update the defect database with
the files and version numbers.

Your database maps files to defect numbers?  Which product do you use, if
it's not proprietary?

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The way we approach this in our team is to have a bug tracking database.
When we fix a bug, we put a list of the files that changed in the database.
Then we can query the database by bug number, file, or whatever.  It's a
little more work, but more flexible than trying to use CVS for this task.

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In our team, one developer wants to make tags for a
few files; suppose he is working on 2 bugs, each
requiring changes in 2 or 3 different set of files, he
wants to tag each of those 2 or 3 files with the bug
number, so that he can remember which files are
modified for which bug.  I think this is the wrong way
to use tags, not the way they were intended to be
used. I think log message is a better way to use in
this case, we can later search the logs for the bug
numbers. He doesn't agree. Any comments for/against
this are greatly appreciated.

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