2010/3/30 Alex Major <p...@allydm.co.uk>
> Surely if it's not suitable for your situation, it's not the best? :)
> Mantis is what I'd recommend and believe has already been recommend to you.
> Runs using PHP and MySQL, it's flexible for public or private projects,
> multiple projects etc.
> I do agree with you that Bugzilla seems heavy, I know it has its supporters
> but I've always found it to be overkill for the projects I've worked on.
> Alex.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andre Polykanine [mailto:an...@oire.org]
> Sent: 30 March 2010 14:14
> To: php-general@lists.php.net
> Subject: [PHP] Still searching for a bugtracking system
> Hello everyone,
> The best of all suggested bugtrackers is JotBug, on my opinion. But it
> works only with SQLite databases, and I have no access to such one
> (only MySql).
> Any solutions?
> P.S. I'd use Trac, but since I have no own server yet, we have no
> access to Python, either... Only Php, MySql, Perl.
> I have looked at Bugzilla... seems to heavy for our service).
> -

Well. I'm not a fan of mantis. Mantis has some annoying bugs and the
codebase seems weird.
It basically works, but that is all about it.

I quote http://sqlite.org/about.html :

> SQLite is a software library that implements 
>a self-contained,serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database 
> Unlike most other SQL databases, SQLite does not have a separate server 
> process. SQLite reads and writes directly to ordinary disk files. A complete 
> SQL database with multiple tables, indices, triggers, and views, is contained 
> in a single disk file.

So you don't need "access" to such a database.


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