[p4] P4 with BugZilla, TeamTrack or ????

Patrick Bennett patrick.bennett at inin.com
Fri Mar 18 05:33:42 PST 2005

Shenon, if you're looking, you might also want to take a look at Jira 
We currently use Bugzilla, but I've been taking a look at Jira lately 
and it looks pretty nice.
It has no price per user, only a single 'server' fee depending on which 
features you need in the server.
They already have their own Perforce integration as well 

Patrick Bennett

Ruaridh Hutchison wrote:

> We’ve just set up a bug tracking system called FogBugz 
> (http://www.fogbugz.com <http://www.fogbugz.com/>) and integrated it 
> with Perforce via a handful of Python scripts. We are extremely happy 
> so far – it’s simple to use, the workflow makes sense, and the price 
> is right: 99 USD per seat. The integration with Perforce was trouble 
> free – although the VB scripts supplied for Perforce was a bit iffy. A 
> quick re-write in Python solved the problem – attached if anyone needs 
> it. The SCM integration has obviously been based on CVS as it lists 
> each individual file in the change list against the case. Not a big 
> problem though. All in all a good solid product which does what it 
> says on the tin.
> Cheers,
> Ruaridh
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> *From:* perforce-user-bounces at perforce.com 
> [mailto:perforce-user-bounces at perforce.com] *On Behalf Of *Shenon, Amanda
> *Sent:* 18 March 2005 01:30
> *To:* perforce-user at perforce.com
> *Subject:* [p4] P4 with BugZilla, TeamTrack or ????
> I searched back through postings for the past year and didn't see too 
> much on bug tracking tools so I wanted to post this question.
> Do many people have bug tracking integrated with Perforce? If you do, 
> did you evaluate many products or just work with something you were 
> already using? Any info on what integrations have gone well and/or 
> opinions on the best/better bug tracking tools would be appreciated.
> The group I work in now uses Soffront Track which just came out with 
> an integration to Perforce. Evenso, I don't know that the company as a 
> whole would want to roll out this product.
> Thanks for any info.
> Amanda
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