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dt-upgrade-0.7-db

Langue: en

Version: April 2007 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

dt - DITrack command line client tool

SYNOPSIS

dt command [options] [args]
dt-createdb repository-url issue-db-dir local-wc
dt-upgrade-0.7-db issue-db-dir

OVERVIEW

DITrack is a free, open source, lightweight, distributed issue (bug, defect, ticket) tracking system using a Subversion repository instead of a backend database. It is written in Python and runs in UNIX environment (*BSD, Linux, MacOS X).

The project is inspired by the idea of Subissue issue tracking system.

However, while Subissue aims in merely replacing the traditional database storage with Subversion repository, DITrack is a major rethought of the issue tracking system paradigm. The main difference is that instead of sticking to the centralized model (one database, one web interface, one mail integration machinery), DITrack treats underlying Subversion storage as a versioned distributed file system which enables benefits of truly distributed operation mode.

For more information about the DITrack project, visit http://www.ditrack.org.

Documentation for DITrack and its tools, including detailed usage explanations of the dt and dt-createdb programs, can be found at /usr/share/doc/ditrack/html/index.html.

Run `dt help' to access the built-in tool documentation.

Automatic upgrade is possible for databases created by DITrack 0.7. If you are upgrading from previous version of DITrack, use the upgrage utility from DITrack 0.7 first.

To upgrade a database run the dt-upgrade-0.7-db script, passing the database path as the argument, like:

dt-upgrade-0.7-db /home/user/ditrack-database

The upgrade procedure merely modifies the working copy (nothing gets committed to the repository). So, when done, you should commit the changes manually.

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