Bug listing application wanted..

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    Bug listing application wanted..

    Hello everybody, I'm looking for a good freeware/shareware application to manage bugs lists, bug fixes, and all the problems concerning shared projects developement.

    Thank you for any suggestion,
    BrownB

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    Presently using this one - http://www.bugzilla.org/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem
    Presently using this one - http://www.bugzilla.org/
    Bugzilla is definatley the way to go... it's used in many large scale projects clicky

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    Thank you!

    Thank you all: I just downloaded it. I'm going to read some docs because I don't understand how it works, but the company list is impressive and the services are really interesting.

    I'll try it out, thank you all for the suggestion,
    BrownB

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    Does Bugzilla work in this way?

    I read much documentation, but I need to have a clear plan where to place ideas: does bugzilla work in this way?

    - I use MySQL to create the databases I need to maintain bugs and projects data;
    - I use Apache to let external internet users to access to my databases;
    - I need Perl to execute scripts from CGI pages of Bugzilla

    Is this right?

    I'm still reading, there's a HUGE amount of new informations for me!

    BrownB

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    I had some hard time editing the WinXP register.

    The documentation to install Bugzilla on Windows is really good, but there's one error in the section about adding registry key for .cgi files:
    Code:
    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.cgi\Shell\ExecCGI\Command
    the right key value is as follows:
    Code:
    C:\Perl\bin\perl.exe -T %1
    Now I'm trying it out, but it seems ok! Then I'll make this work on my provider's server to "Bugzilate" my website.

    Thank you all!
    BrownB

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