Ditz 0.2 Released

ditz version 0.2 has been released!

Ditz is a simple, light-weight distributed issue tracker designed to
work with
distributed version control systems like darcs and git. Ditz maintains
an issue
database directory on disk, with files written in a line-based and
human-
editable format. This directory is kept under version control alongside
project code. Changes in issue state is handled by version control like
code
change: included as part of a commit, merged with changes from other
developers, conflict-resolved in the standard manner, etc.

Ditz provides a simple, console-based interface for creating and
updating the
issue database files, and some rudimentary HTML generation capabilities
for
producing world-readable status pages. It offers no central public
method of
bug submission.

Release notes:

In ditz 0.2, we store issues per file. This avoids many unnecessary
conflicts
that occur in the single-file case.

To upgrade your bugs.yaml to a bugs/ directory, you must run
ditz-convert-from-monolith.

Synopsis:

set up project. creates the bugs.yaml file.

  1. ditz init
  2. ditz add-release

add an issue

  1. ditz add

where am i?

  1. ditz status
  2. ditz todo

do work

  1. write code
  2. ditz close
  3. commit
  4. goto 3

finished!

  1. ditz release

Changes:

0.2 / 2008-04-11

  • bugfix: store each issue in a separate file to avoid false conflicts
  • added per-command help
  • added ‘log’ command for recent activity
  • added better exception handling—turn into pretty error messages
  • added text-area commands like /edit, /reset, etc
  • all times now stored in UTC

0.1.2 / 2008-04-04

  • bugfix: add_reference very broken

0.1.1 / 2008-04-04

  • bugfix: bugfix/feature question always returns feature

0.1 / 2008-04-02

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