Bug Fixing Tool (BFT) for continuous integration

Przemysław Leguła,

Piotr Zabawa

Abstrakt

The paper is focused on the bug fixing handling business process rather then just on fixing
a bug. The tool presented here is dedicated to supporting the business process of bug fixing and
not to bug fixing itself. It is addressed especially to small teams having a common testing team.

Słowa kluczowe: continuous integration, version control server, bug fixing, bug submission, iterative software development process
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