OT: handling multiple software repositories

Tim Golden mail at timgolden.me.uk
Fri Feb 27 09:05:57 EST 2009

Loretta SALINO wrote:
> Tim Golden wrote:
>> Thomas Guettler wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> this is a bit off topic.
>>> In our company we have several SVN repositories.
>>> According to [1] Trac by default only handles one
>>> repository.
>>> Of course Trac links like changeset [1234] would not work anymore.
>>> You would need [repro/1234] or something like this.
>>> I think many (python) programmer have several repositories
>>> and need to handle this somehow.
>>> How do you do this?
>>> I want a common wiki and a common bug tracker. It should
>>> be possible to attach a bug to several repositories.
>>> Up to now I don't use Trac, if someone has an alternative, please
>>> tell me!
>> Have a look at DrProject[1], a Trac-alike which handles
>> multiple projects. (Not used it myself).
>> TJG
>> [1] https://www.drproject.org/
> Good hint, thanks! I'm in the same situation and have been installing Trac
> right these days. However, where is DrProject?
> Following the links pointing to TGZs fails and installing from svn doesn't
> work poperly (error messages about PyDispatcher). So, how did/do you
> install DrProject?

I didn't, I'm afraid (cf above). Hopefully someone who has, or even
one of the maintainers, can chip in.


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