Anthill is a bug tracking database system written in PHP. It provides the standard bug tracking features such as: user logins, summary reports, submitting bugs, querying bugs, various severity and status levels. It also provides some unique features, such as a template system, and multi-lingual support.
|Tags||Software Development Bug Tracking|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release supports the PostgreSQL database for a backend along with MySQL. Several improvements have been made and minor annoyances have been corrected, along with anti-spam measures being taken, filter-able headers in email messages, and a significant amount of debugging code to help track down any potential problems.
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious security vulnerability that appeared in 0.2.5, as well as some other minor bugs.
Release Notes: A number of bugfixes and enhancements were made, including new translations to German, Finnish, and Polish. Better documentation was provided and fixes were made for Windows installations. Filesystem layout changes were made to enhance security, footers for diff emails are now customizable, summary reports were extended, and bug listings can now be sorted by column. Many other improvements were made.
Release Notes: This version features numerous bugfixes, the summary reports have been expanded to provide a lot more info, the buglist is now entirely sortable, the "rules of good bug reporting" can be forced onto unsuspecting users, and there are a lot of other little cleanups and additions.
Release Notes: This version includes a few bugfixes and new TOVALIDATE and NEEDSWORK status types that will assist organizations with a "QA" process. It also provides a "how to report a bug" page that is displayed before users can enter bugs in order to minimize inadequate bug reports.