Managing Software Development with Trac and Subversion
By David J Murphy
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Final Release Date: December 2007
Pages: 120

In Detail

Trac is a minimalistic open-source enhanced wiki and bug/issue tracking system for software development projects, designed to help developers while staying out of the way and provides an interface to Subversion. Subversion is an open-source version control system that addresses many of the perceived deficiencies of CVS and can use WebDAV for network communications, and the Apache web server to provide repository-side network service.

This book presents a simple set of processes and practices that allow you to manage these projects using open-source software without getting in the way by imposing as little as possible on established development practices and policies.

This book looks at what is needed to manage software development projects, how web-based software project management system Trac and open-source revision control system Subversion meet these needs, and how to install, configure, and use them.

This book examines the software development process and how Trac and Subversion help fulfill the requirements of it. It combines theory with practical knowledge and experience that most developers will relate to.

Approach

This book combines theory with practical knowledge of how Trac and Subversion can help us to achieve the process of managing the software development.

Who this book is for

This book is aimed at developers of all calibres, but particularly those that lead teams or projects, especially if they have recently moved into the role or are simply looking for a "better way".

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