JumpBox for Trac/Subversion Software Project Management

Ready to run Virtual Machine/Virtual Appliance for VMware, Parallels, VirtualBox and Amazon EC2 Cloud Computing
Application Version: Trac/Subversion 1.0.1
Open Source Project: Trac/Subversion
JumpBox Version: 1.8.3 (release notes)
Short Name: trac
OS Version: Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
Added: July 17, 2007
Updated: February 27, 2014
Download Size: 192 MB (system requirements)
Minimum VM RAM: 256 MB
Amazon EC2 AMI Available: Yes
OVF Available: Yes

Speed software development with Trac, and enhance code quality with Subversion-the JumpBox for Trac/Subversion provides you with a powerful combination of applications for software project management.

Trac's project management application speeds software development with a collaborative bug-tracking and milestone management system, while Subversion manages source code, web pages, and documentation. Both applications have gained reputations for utility and ease of use from developers worldwide. Organizations like CakePhP, PunBB, and even NASA rely on Trac and Subversion for their software development projects.

We find the JumpBox for TRAC/Subversion particularly helpful. Keep up the great work. The combination of turnkey installations in virtualization environments makes this a lifesaver. Robert Goodyear - BrandUp

Why use a JumpBox?
In addition to its reputation for usefulness, Trac is recognized as one of the most difficult applications to install. Depending on your skill level, server configuration, and other factors, Trac can take hours, days, even weeks to deploy. Spend less time deploying, and gain more time coding with a JumpBox. The JumpBox for Trac/Subversion integrates two powerful software project management tools into a single virtual application that deploys in minutes to enable swift and collaborative software development.

Trac/Subversion benefits and features:

Ticketing System - Efficiently track and resolve issues such as software bugs, and feature requests, search and filter tickets by level of severity, project component, version, owner, and more.

Wiki Documentation Engine - Enable collaborative document creation and control including the ability to clarify subject matter via links to other wiki pages, lists, bugs, tasks, milestones, tickets, files, and source code revisions.

Progress Reports – Set and monitor milestones, view progress roadmaps and history, and review the timeline of every change in your development for a complete view of your project. Enable RSS feeds and email notification to allow stakeholders to review project progress without interrupting operations.

Permissions System - Control the integrity of your data by managing access and permission of users.

Subversion interface - Syntax highlighted code and file comparisons allow you to quickly review changes within your code’s repository.

Subversion version control system - Automatically maintain current and historical versions of directories, source code, web pages, and documentation. Additionally, Subversion features atomic commits, reserved checkouts, as well as full revision history of all files, whether renamed, copied, moved, or removed. Subversion also features merge tracking, file locking, a standalone server option and more!

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What is a JumpBox?

A JumpBox makes using server software quick and simple. It packages an application's software, dependencies, and application data into a single virtual computer that enables you to focus on the application, not the details of getting the application to run.

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