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Bugzilla

Bugzilla

Bugzilla is a "Defect Tracking System" or "Bug-Tracking System".

Defect Tracking Systems allow individual or groups of developers to keep track of outstanding bugs in their product effectively. Most commercial defect-tracking software vendors charge enormous licensing fees.

It supports the following features: report bugs, assign bugs to the appropriate developers, prioritise bugs, set bug dependencies, and arrange bugs by product and component.

Bugzilla is an enterprise-class piece of software that tracks millions of bugs and issues for hundreds of organizations around the world.

 Bugzilla 4.4.9

Price
Free to download

Size
2.9MB
License

Mozilla Public License

Developer
Mozilla Foundation

Website
www.bugzilla.org

System Requirements
Perl 5
Perl modules
Web server
Database management system
MTA or SMTP server

Support:
Demo Server, Documentation, Bugzilla Installation List Tops 400

Selected Reviews:
JavaWorld

Features include:

  • Optimized database structure for increased performance and scalability
  • Security to protect confidentiality
  • Advanced query tool that can remember your searches
    • Basic Google-like bug search that is simple for new users and searches the full text of a bug
    • Very advanced search system where you can create any search you want
  • Integrated email capabilities
  • Editable user profiles and comprehensive email preferences
  • Comprehensive permissions system
  • Proven under fire as Mozilla's bug tracking system

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