From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-12-15 02:07:04
Rene Rivera wrote:
> [2002-12-12] David Abrahams wrote:
> >Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]> writes:
> >> David Abrahams wrote:
> >> and then look at toolset flags (BB4).
> >>> Hmm, the database appears to be unavailable to me. I get a 404.
> >>> I don't know what the numbers mean from memory ;-/
> >> One of two memory modules has failed yesterday, so the server was
> >> almost down. It should be working now.
> >Appears to be that way again :-(
Mm... I had no problems accessing it when I came. Maybe, that were network
> Vladimir, is there an alternative issue tracking system that isn't Java
> based that you like?
Issuezilla, maybe. But you can't get hold of its source code, afaik :-)
> I'm asking because I'd be willing to run it on my
> server, which is an OpenBSD-3.2 machine, and is very stable. As opposed to
> running on your personal machine. I already have the Mantis bug tracking
> system running on it, PHP based.
Actually, "zigzag.cs.msu.su" is not personal machine. It's used by many
persons (e.g. it's CVS server) and tends to be pretty stable --- unless
memory chips fail, which does not happen often.
I've looked, and don't like it yet. For one thing, it does not have issue
types, but one type --- "bug" with fixed set of attributes. There are no
priorities. Also, I'm not sure I like the query features.
Let's try Scarab for some more time.
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