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PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2007 12:28 am 
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i just wanna ask what would be the best best tracker in developing projects?.like the bug tracker of code igniter, cake php and zend?..thanks all


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The best bug tracker is the one that works best for you and your needs. That will vary amongst us all.


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ah ok, what can you say about Mantis?.


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For myself, it's nice. Nothing special.


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webgroundz wrote:
ah ok, what can you say about Mantis?.

At work now, I use Mantis fairly extensively. It has some nice points:

- Extremely common, so other systems (like test suites, planning, etc) have integration kits for it.
- Fairly stable and reliable
- Nice mail setup

It also has a few down sides:
- A bit cumbersome in its configuration and use of 'projects' as a categorization.
- Mail setup doesn't allow tagged subjects (to my knowledge, without substantial hacking) to facilitate easy sorting/filtering.

All in all, its nice. I've dealt with others (bugzilla, sourceforge's bug tracker, flyspray(?)), and it seems more comfortable than those.


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 Post subject: Re: best bug tracker
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If you want something easy and quick, try BugWiki. The feature set is limited, but there is virtually zero learning to do and there is no install, just a simple sign-up. http://www.bugwiki.com


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 Post subject: Re: best bug tracker
PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 6:08 pm 
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Trac also has a bugtracker integrated with VC, etc, but it's a pain to get setup.


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 Post subject: Re: best bug tracker
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artic issue tracker (http://www.arctictracker.com/) is a nice solution, but it is all about what works for you. Some people still just use a spreadsheet, or google docs as it works well for them, others build bespoke solutions that intergrate directly with other internal systems.


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 Post subject: Re: best bug tracker
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Trac++

And it's not that much pain to set up. :)


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 Post subject: Re: best bug tracker
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I've just signed up for lighthouse, and it's really nice.

http://lighthouseapp.com


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 Post subject: Re: best bug tracker
PostPosted: Fri Mar 13, 2009 11:10 am 
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Best free online bug tracker in my humble opinion is http://www.freebugbase.com . Been using it for about a year now and it works really well. I'm in the video game and website development industry and have used many others. This is the first I've found that works well an doesn't require an install.


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 Post subject: Re: best bug tracker
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Another useful suggestion to compare:

http://www.right-web-tool.com/best_bug_ ... tware.html

I hope this helps.
Jessica


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In our company we use Jira and Mozalla Firebug


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 Post subject: Re: best bug tracker
PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2009 6:35 am 
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Best bug tracker is the human :)
Put a site live somewhere and give it to a number of persons to test it.
Best results.


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 Post subject: Re: best bug tracker
PostPosted: Sun Jan 17, 2010 11:08 am 
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The Phoeenix wrote:
webgroundz wrote:
ah ok, what can you say about Mantis?.

At work now, I use Mantis fairly extensively. It has some nice points:

- Extremely common, so other systems (like test suites, planning, etc) have integration kits for it.
- Fairly stable and reliable
- Nice mail setup

It also has a few down sides:
- A bit cumbersome in its configuration and use of 'projects' as a categorization.
- Mail setup doesn't allow tagged subjects (to my knowledge, without substantial hacking) to facilitate easy sorting/filtering.

All in all, its nice. I've dealt with https://donkeybets.com/my-zcode-system-review the zcode and others (bugzilla, sourceforge's bug tracker, flyspray(?)), and it seems more comfortable than those.


I used to use Mantis. I used to like it but it's not that great any more. I've recently started using fixx from hedgehog lab. It's a lot better imo. The main thing I like about it is that it's browser based. It's not perfect though and I'd agree with som3on3 that the best bug tracker is a team of humans


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