OpenJDK Bug Tracking Project
spoole at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Sun Mar 6 09:06:04 PST 2011
On 06/03/11 15:12, Florian Weimer wrote:
> * Steve Poole:
>> Rational Team Concert
> It seems that operating system and browser support for the client is
> rather poor, according to<http://jazz.net/library/article/496>.
RTC is pretty sophisticated - it does a lot more than bug tracking
including having its own source control system. I will have to
remember to check for Solaris support when I look at these sorts of
things in the future :-)
From a bug tacking point of view I believe everything can be down via
the browser. What extra browser support were you looking for? (Chrome
perhaps?) Or just a wider range for version support of Firefox and IE?
Just to be clear my list is sort of in order. I pick Bugzilla first
because it has the longest, most successful pedigree even though I find
configuring it a pain. I go with Jira second as it is runs on Java ,
is high quality , has great support and is very configurable. I Iisted
RTC because (not withstanding who I work for) I actually like it. I
can't speak for the source control side but the bug management and
process management support is first class.
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