On Wed, 2007-04-25 at 21:03 -0700, L Goodwin wrote: > Zhang (or Weiwu?),
Weiwu:) > I'm surprised there are no good open source bug tracking solutions > out there already. There are a lot! There are no known console-based bug tracker (there are also a lot of console-based bug reporter) > Sorry, I'm not familiar with ncurse, so can't comment on it. The > system I developed ten years ago was centered on Informix RDBMS, which > included tools for creating character-based forms ("Perform"), reports > ("ACE report writer"), and of course queries and stored procs. The > shell scripts were used in conjunction with the RDBMS for tasks such > as running reports and emailing the results to various individuals and > mail groups, and extracting bug regression tests into executable > scripts. Overhead was very low -- that's one great advantage of > character-based applications (the Windows lovers complained bitterly > about it, but we proved it was far more efficient and effective than > the junk they were building). > > Good luck finding or building a system that meets your needs. I simply > don't have time for non-essential activities, as I'm a one-person > operation. Thanks for the info. _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"