a console issue tracking tool?
freebsd at meijome.net
Tue Jan 2 19:27:18 PST 2007
On Tue, 02 Jan 2007 17:45:01 +0800
Zhang Weiwu <weiwu at sdf.lonestar.org> wrote:
> Hello. For one of the small project I am working on, a console-based or
> X-based issue tracker is preferred over web-based solutions (like Trac
> or Bugzilla). Basically it only need to be able to work with issue
> priority, category, dates and status.
> So far I know a lot of webbased issue tracker, but never heard/knew
> anything that works on console or X. I guess maybe any console/X
> application that work as a project management tool can be used for this
> purpose too. After having found nothing useful by searching for "issue
> tracker tool" on google, I am begining to try searching for "project
> management tool" but the results are too much to pick from, many Linux
> desktop project management tool are not suitable for issue tracking
I guess you could always run a webserver + DB locally and make your browser the
'X-app ;) '
Anyway, give gnotime a try . deskutils/gnotime
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