Re: Does the bug tracker actually work?

>> Well, I've never used it, and I don't know anything about it,
>> but what about GNATS?

Dan> It would be a step down from debbugs. The bug-submission process
Dan> is confusing for the user (the send-pr form has all sorts of
Dan> confusing and often irrelevant fields)

You can present the user any GUI you want of course.

Dan> it doesn't have a web interface

False.  See gnatsweb, running on

Dan> and the only way to edit the status of a bug is to log in to the
Dan> server.

Not sure what you mean here.  You can edit via gnatsweb or you can do
it by using edit-pr remotely.  People edit PRs on sources all the time
but hardly anybody can log in to that machine.


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