Bugzilla


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Bugzilla

(programming)
The web-based bug tracking system used by the Mozilla project.

Bugzilla home.
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The only bug tracking data that is still available (and extends until the present) comes from an instance of Bugzilla which contains one single continuous bug history; it was introduced in early 2003 and so matches only a fraction of the CVS version archive (which eventually we did not use, see Section 5.
qTest integrates with defect tracking and ALM providers such as VersionOne, Fogbugz, Jira, and Bugzilla defect trackers as alternatives to the application's built-in defect tracking tool.
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In a message posted to Bugzilla , the company's bug- and change-tracking database, Benjamin Smedberg, a developer with consulting firm Mozdev, and a regular contributor to the open-source browser, said that the organisation was suspending, perhaps for some time, the work on a 64-bit version.
Step out the back door into the inky darkness and dare turn on the porch light for risk of being clobbered in the face by Bugzilla, a lumbering beast that resembles a flying trick-shop handbuzzer.
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If he looked exclusively for OSS, he could use Eclipse for the integrated development environment, Subversion for the version control system, and Bugzilla for the bug tracking tool.