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Bugitor is an issue tracker written in PHP using the Yii Framework (http://www.yiiframework.com/).
Home page: http://tracker.ogitor.org/projects/bugitor
1. Copy bugitor files to the desired folder (e.g. /bugitor)
2. Create bugitor MySQL database:
CREATE DATABASE `bugitor` DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8 COLLATE utf8_general_ci;
3. Run '/bugitor/installer' and follow installation instructions
4. After finishing installation you can login with
5. Please not forget to change your login/password
6. Welcome to bugitor!
# Mercurial repository support
1. Bugitor currently requires that the 'hg' executable is present on the server on which it runs.
2. The user which runs php-cli should be the same user who runs the apache php process, otherwise you need to
edit the hgrc for the server Mercurial installation and add the Apache user to the list of trusted users.
3. Bugitor creates a local clone of each repository in the 'repositories' directory.
4. After the repository has been created, you need to go to /authorUser/admin and edit the mappings between
Bugitor users and Mercurial authors. After that you need to set the status field of the repository table to '2'
(Will remove this part when it's been integrated into the user interface)
5. The 'handlerepositories' console command will examine the repository and import the changesets.
Look in bugitor/protected/commands for a sample cron entry if you want to schedule the command.
6. The script fetches 50 entries each run, so you might want to run the 'handlerepositories' command manually
if you are importing a larger, existing repository.
7. Later, support for the Bitbucket API will be implemented which will eliminate the need to keep a local
8. Support for SVN and Git is planned (including Github API).
# Issue reply by Email
1. A sample postfix file is available in bugitor/protected/commands - which will pipe incoming emails to the 'FetchEmailCommand'
script. It is designed to parse emails where the subject is of the form: "Re: [project_name - issue_type #issue_number] issue_subject"
The email address of the sender identifies the user.
2. To make this work on a host, for example Dreamhost, you need to forward email to a shell account and place to postfix
script at the root of the home directory (rename it .forward.postfix)