just released ciss-0.1, my attempt at (what i call)
code-centered issue tracking.
- a command line tool for managing your ISSUES.txt
- code-centered: associate issues to files in your project
- extensible: assign tags for status/milestone/custom usage.
- ueber-powerful issue editing: your text editor!
- well tested (more tests than code)
If that appeals to you check it out:
And in case you wonder, why i don't use pitz or ditz?
For one, I don't want to edit my issues from an
interactive Python prompt, sorry. Second, they create
directories and pickle-files and whatnot - i just
want to keep a plain text file for a number of projects
and using a text editor and a nice cmdline tool
is the fastest way i can imagine.
Oh, and I do see use in web-based issue interaction but
keeping issues close-to-code (tm) and easy-to-edit (tm)
is just so much more fun. Besides, i believe 'ciss'
could learn to round-trip with existing trackers.
anyway, have fun,