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Bugzilla

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

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In general (for Bugzilla), P1 is the highest priority, which means emergency, and P5 is the lowest priority.
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The main repositories of interest for such works are commonly the source code version repository (or version archive for short, for example, using CVS, Subversion, or Git) and the defect and defect correction history description database (or bugtracker for short, e.g., using Bugzilla).
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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.