A good PHP-based issue tracker

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We're looking for a simple open source bug-tracking software. Any

Re: A good PHP-based issue tracker

This page summarize a few debugginf techniques in PHP
It's in French, but the code is clear enough

Vive La France!!

Re: A good PHP-based issue tracker

Chung Leong wrote:

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When I looked around some time ago there wasn't much available in PHP. IMHO
one of the best TT systems available is an open-source package called RT -
it's written in Perl though. I must confess to rather liking Test Director
- a commercial product, and very Microsoftized (expecting it to break
massively with the 'fixed' version of explorer coming out soon).

phphelpdesk and double choco latte both seem competent and I would be
looking at these in some more detail though.



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Chung Leong wrote:
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Hi Chung,

A large company i do projects for uses Mantis. It has been nominated for  
the 2006 Community Choice Awards of sourceforge. It is GPL and runs on  
php and MySQL. I think it is quite complete, typically something to use  
if you have many projects and employees, customers etc. and need  
role-based access control. May take some time to configure though, i am  
afraid it is overkill if you need something simple. Maybe you already  
know it, then i hope this message will be of some use to others who read  
this thread.


Henk Verhoeven,

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Henk Verhoeven wrote:
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Thanks a lot for the info. Mantis looks very impressive. I'll
definitively keep it in mind for future projects. For my current
project, it's a little too sophisticated. My fear is that the less tech
savvy members on the team would get intimidated and revert to using pen
and paper.

Bug Genie, which I found on Sourceforge, seems to be exactly what I'm
looking for: soft borders, big colorful icons.

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We use the MySQL created Eventum. Excellent issue tracker with most or all  
of the features you'll need for basic (and even advanced) issue management.  
Check it out here: http://eventum.mysql.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page


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