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Zend Developer Zone:
Zend Framework Site Gets Bug Tracker, Source Browser.
May 05, 2006 @ 07:01:13

The Zend Developer Zone has posted a new article about the latest offering when it comes to the Framework - the introduction of a bug tracker/source browser application on the Framework's site to help manage the project.

This morning some much-anticipated features were unveiled on the Zend Framework website. Powered by the open-source software Trac, the new site features include a Subversion repository browser, an issue tracker, a project timeline, and a search function. Previously, developers could access the source code and commit timeline through Subversion, but the new web-based interface provides a simple and attractive way to track progress on the Framework.

The post also includes some screenshots from the application, showcasing each of its many pages of functionality - source browser, issue tracker, timeline, and the search function.

For direct access to the site, head over to the Zend Framework site and click on the Developer tab.

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