Apache Bloodhound is an open source web-based project management and bug tracking system. The program is built on top of Trac. It is developed and maintained by volunteers at the [2 ] Apache Software Foundation.
The project was initially submitted to the
Apache Incubator by WANdisco after integration with an [3 ] issue tracker was the most requested feature for uberSVN. Bloodhound graduated from the incubator on 2013-03-20 and became an [4 ] Apache Top Level Project. [5 ] [6 ] [7 ]
Bloodhound is written in the
Python programming language and released under the Apache Software License.
Features [ edit ]
The software inherits features from
Trac and initially set out to resolve three long-standing requests with Trac: management of multiple projects, [8 ] [9 ] ease of installation , and ease of use it also supports embedding of Google gadgets. [10 ]
In addition Bloodhound has integrated the Python library Whoosh in version 0.5,
providing [11 ] full text search and search navigation by facets and incorporate many plugins optional in Trac out of the box.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "[ANNOUNCE] Apache Bloodhound 0.1.0 incubating Released" . Retrieved April 2, 2013.
^ "Apache Bloodhound Leads Open Source Trac Forward". Internetnews.com. April 2, 2013.
^ "[PROPOSAL] Apache Bloodhound". Apache Software Foundation Incubator General mailing list . Retrieved April 2, 2013.
^ "Integration with a defect tracker". WANdisco . Retrieved April 2, 2013.
^ "Bloodhound Project Incubation Status". Apache Software Foundation Incubator . Retrieved April 2, 2013.
^ "Apache Bloodhound sniffs out top level project status". H-online.com. April 2, 2013. Archived from the original on 3 April 2013.
^ "Apache Bloodhound wird offizielles Apache-Projekt" (in German). Pro-Linux. April 3, 2013.
^ "Apache Bloodhound landing page". Apache Bloodhound . Retrieved April 2, 2013.
^ "Multi-project support". Trac (Edgewall) . Retrieved April 2, 2013.
^ "BEP 3 : Multi-product architecture". Apache Bloodhound . Retrieved April 2, 2013.
^ "Release Notes". Apache Bloodhound.
External links [ edit ]