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JIRA is a proprietary bug tracking system from Atlassian. This module implements an Object Oriented wrapper around JIRA's SOAP API. Moreover, it implements some other methods to make it easier to do some common operations. Copyright 2009 CPqD.
Bicho is a command line based tool used to analyze bug tracking systems. It creates a database with three tables. Bugs, which contains general information about bugs; Comments, which contains information about each comment found in the BTS; and Attachments, wich contains information about each ... [More]
Mizura is an extensible Java framework that provides a universal approach to synchronize technical and managerial verticals in software projects. Based in concept of the connectors, multiple repositories (like Atlassian Jira, Sparxsystems Enterprise Architect, Excel/Google Spreadsheets ... [More]
Application in Java to collect "time slots" of works categorized in task, i.e. projects, (sub)-projects, and (sub)task - all in a tree hierarchy. Data are collected in xml format, resources localized. Reports based on xslt templates. JIRA (R) support.
People are used to seeing charts that show information such as the number of issues summarized by priority, or assignee, or some other field. That's what the standard Jira Filter Statistics plugin does. The Jira Timecharts plugin adds a time dimension to those charts so you can see how the results have changed over time.
This CLI for Jira has a wide number of features (read issues, update, create, run reports etc) and some extensions (run a service, setting time estimates). It is written in Python and uses the SOAP interface to Jira.
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