Re: Does the bug tracker actually work?

On Fri, Aug 04, 2000 at 12:53:15AM +0300, Ali Abdin wrote:
> > Bugzilla is actively maintained as a general-purpose bug trackers,
> > debbugs really isn't AFAIK. Bugzilla makes it easier to manage lots of
> > bugs, too, IMO. I'd look at Bugzilla.
> > 
> > Havoc
> At first I thought debbugs was the 'best' system out there. But after I worked
> with bugzilla, it was really much more powerful and it _REALLY_ helps the
> coder stay on top of bugs - debbugs doesn't.
> The only functionality that is in debbugs that is not in Bugzilla is an 'email
> gateway' so you can email bug-reports (instead of using cookies/HTTP/etc.)

There is a bugmail system in the contrib section of the Bugzilla
distribution.  I have no idea how well it works...


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