bug tracking system

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bug tracking system

(programming)
(BTS) A system for receiving and filing bugs reported against a software project, and tracking those bugs until they are fixed. Most major software projects have their own BTS, the source code of which is often available for use by other projects.

Well known BTSs include GNATS, Bugzilla, and Debbugs.
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Those affected by this bug report that the phone will occasionally freeze and become completely unresponsive.
There are numerous contradictory statements in the bug report.
2 -- A new version of Gmail used by Google employees has been leaked through a Google Chrome OS bug report.
In addition, beta releases will be issued on the site as needed, and a bug report and tracking feature will also be integrated.
In 1973, CERL released a product called Plato Notes, the sole function of which was to tag a bug report with the user's ID and the date, and make the file secure so that others couldn't delete it.
The number of days the bug report remains open escalates--there's a running "days open" count at the beginning of each chapter--and Jester becomes Ethan's personal nemesis.
Instead of a simple email bug report, they create a transportable dynamic simulation that gives a correspondent programmer the feel of being there in someone else's code.
Another way to keep up-to-date on the latest bugs is to subscribe to the daily Bug Report tip service from TipWorld.
Pixel and Nexus users will be able to send a bug report by going to Settings>System>About Phone>Send Feedback, as pointed out by (https://www.
The information is based on a bug report inside the Android Issue Tracker.
This bug could be leveraged for kernel memory corruption, and is reachable from interesting sandboxes including Safari and Chrome," Project Zero's Ian Beer wrote in a bug report.
Can you imagine an iPad or Windows user writing a multi-page bug report for Apple or Microsoft?