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Bugdar is a bug tracking system that is meant to replace other solutions that are slow and cumbersome. It features a completely comprehensive permissions and usergroups system that allows for extremely flexible control over what users can access. To ensure that your server never lags, portions of Bugdar's data is cached to both reduce load and increase speed. If you want to change any aspect of Bugdar's appearance, all you have to do is edit the semantic XHTML templates or one of the CSS definitions that control the entirety of Bugdar. One of the unique features in Bugdar is the "automations" system. This allows administrators to define a macro that will change any field in a bug and then add a comment with the click of a button. This makes marking a bug closed, fixed, and leaving a comment when a bug is done very easy. Other features include: custom fields, email notifications, Atom syndication, historical logging, "favorite" bugs, voting, and internationalization support.
released on 1 January 1970
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2||Ted Teah||6 March 2007|
Leaders and contributors
Resources and communication
|Bug Tracking||VCS Repository Webview||http://www.bluestatic.org/bugs/|
|Required to use||PHP 4.1.0 or higher|
|Required to use||MySQL 4.1 or higher|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 6 March 2007.
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