Ditz version 0.5 has been released!
This release features two new plugins and a host of bugfixes and
Just ‘gem install ditz’, or visit http://ditz.rubyforge.org.
Ditz is a simple, light-weight distributed issue tracker designed to
work with distributed version control systems like git, darcs,
Mercurial, and Bazaar. It can also be used with centralized systems like
Ditz maintains an issue database directory on disk, with files written
in a line-based and human-editable format. This directory can be kept
under version control, alongside project code.
Ditz provides a simple, console-based interface for creating and
updating the issue database files, and some basic static HTML generation
capabilities for producing world-readable status pages (for a demo, see
the ditz ditz page).
Ditz includes a robust plugin system for adding commands, model fields,
and modifying output. See PLUGINS.txt for documentation on the
Ditz currently offers no central public method of bug submission.
0.5 / 2008-08-20
- ditz tarball now installable without requiring rubygems
- commands now take their own arguments. use ‘ditz help’ to see them.
- ‘todo-full’ has been replaced with ‘todo --all’
- all commands that required comments now take --comment and
- new git-sync hooks git-sync for synchronized git usage
- new issue-claiming hook for claiming issues for oneself
- update hook now called on project.yaml as well as changed issue yaml
- hooks no longer run twice if a project devel root is under a home
- when editing a field in an editor, comments are now at the bottom of
- ditz now acceps issue ids as well as issue names on the commandline
- ditz edit takes a --silent option to avoid generating a log message
- a ‘reconfigure’ command has been added
- various webpage tweaks
- more unix-centrisms fixed