Redmine

Redmine is a flexible project management web application

Trac

Trac is an enhanced wiki and issue tracking system for software development projects



Multiple projects box

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"Redmine is an open source ruby on rails application that supports multiple projects much better than trac and seems to be much easier to administer"

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Visual Studio Team System switching opinions

"Redmine handles multiple projects and sub-projects right out of the box and overall seems nicer than trac"

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Ticketing/tracking system with Subversion integration?

Wound authors easier

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"Redmine was written to be a better trac than trac"

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Looking for SVN and bug tracker recommendations

"We found redmine to be a better than trac simply because it is easier to use"

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Bug tracking for legacy physics models

"The authors of redmine are trying to create a better trac than trac"

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Bugzilla or Mantis?

"I wound up going with redmine and it s way better than trac"

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ClueMapper for multiple project tracking

Others

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I understand redmine is more of a trac clone but retrospectiva seem to support agile methodologies via a nice plugin

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We ve recently switched from trac to redmine where i work and i think i like it a little more than trac and use the wiki functionality almost everyday

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Code snippet library for a team

For next projects i m going to try redmine seems more clean and hipe than trac

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Which SCM and Issue tracker for personal work?

Redmine handles multiple projects and sub projects far nicer than trac

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Which one? Agilo+Trac+SVN or Redmine+RedmineBacklogs+SVN

I d recommend redmine like the other posters as it is more complete than trac

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Redmine or Tracd to use for project management?

I know redmine has an additional feature that checks for these bug numbers in the commit logs and attaches the revision to the bug so you can see from the bug all the revisions that were involved in fixing it;i d be suprised if trac doesn t have something similar

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Group revisions together with Trac?

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