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Langue: en

Version: 2007-12-31 (ubuntu - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)


bughelper - A bug triaging tool for Malone


bughelper --version bughelper [ OPTIONS ] -p <source-package> bughelper [ OPTIONS ] -l <Launchpad-URL>


Bughelper is part of the bughelper suite written by Ubuntu's BugSquad!

Bug triaging is one of the most challenging jobs of the BugSquad team on Malone (Launchpad bug tracker). On Dec 2006, Henrik Nilsen Omma sent a message to the BugSquad mailing list announcing a script to help with bug triaging. Then, Daniel Holbach started to improve it and both of them started a new product in Launchpad for bughelper, where the BugSquad team develops it further.


This tool has lists of known strings, kept in clue files, for a given package that are searched for in bug reports (even in the bug attachments), thus helping to find duplicates, related bugs and other information. This can make triaging bugs much easier.


These are all the options available so far:
show program's version number and exit
-h, --help
show this help message and exit
-p, --package=PACKAGE
package with bugs to search
-l, --url=URL
bug list URL to search
-m, --minbug=BUGNUMBER
only search bugs with bug numbers higher than the number provided
-f, --filterbug=BUGNUMBER[,BUGNUMBER,...]
don't show the provided bug number(s)
filter on provided status
filter on provided importance
filter on bug tag(s)
-C, --closed
also search closed (Fix Released, Won't Fix, Invalid) bug reports
-d, --dups
also search duplicate bug reports
-U, --upstream
also consider upstream bug reports
-A, --attachments
searches in the body of attachments
-c, --case-sensitive
case sensitive search - the default search is not case sensitive
-v, --verbose=NUMBER
use inherited clues to a depth of the number provided - the default is zero
-t, --try=<package> <condition> <clue>
search for <condition> and display <clue> when found, this is in addition to any stored clue files for the package
-T, --try-only=<package> <condition> <clue>
search for <condition> and display <clue> when found and disregard any stored clue files for the package
-H, --heuristic
use all clue files, if a bug has no source package assigned or if no clue file exists for the assigned package
format output type, default is plain
show (s)tatistical or date/(t)ime information in the footer of the results
print to the filename specified
generates default config file only, so you can set up your own preferences before starting
valid cookie-file for authentication
print debug information to stderr
ignore conflicts in filter options
This manual page was written by Ubuntu's BugSquad for the Malone bug tracking system. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.

On Debian systems (like Ubuntu), the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.

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