|What Bug Tracking Software do you use?||Post Reply|
|Dec 29 2012, 8:45pm Anchor|
Just wondering as the title suggests what bug tracking software do you use for your projects?
Im a one man dev team so don't need anything fancy, just soemthing more simplistic and out of the box than Excel spreadsheets, which after time can take quite abit of maintanace.
I remember using one before which just required a login and was fully online, could have upto 5 people use it, before needing to pay, can't for the life of me remember what it was called though.
|Dec 29 2012, 10:11pm Anchor|
if you use something like bitbucket to host git/mercurial you can enable issue tracking. That's what I use.
I prefer to have my issue tracking integrated into my source control
Also bitbuckt allows unlimited size repositories for free for up to 5 people so it seems perfect for you
|Jan 10 2013, 5:16pm Anchor|
|Jan 11 2013, 8:39am Anchor|
Personally, I use Mantis. I linked my Mantis to my Subversion Repo. You should be able to link Mantis to git or mercurial as well. Linking the two does require you to do some work on the server side, so it mostly works if you host both yourself.
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