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Mantis Bug Tracker

Mantis Bug Tracker (MantisBT) is a Web-based issue tracking system that is both simple to use and highly customisable. A plugin system allows users to easily create and add new features. MantisBT is over 10 years old and is actively developed.

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  •  15 Sep 2010 09:49

    Release Notes: This is a security update for the stable 1.2.x branch. All installations that are currently running any 1.2.x version are advised to upgrade to this release. This release includes another round of XSS fixes, improved Excel export, translation updates, and bug fixes to the SOAP API, installation, plugin system, and email notifications.

    •  01 Aug 2010 08:45

      Release Notes: This version is a security update for the stable 1.2.x branch. All installations that are currently running any 1.2.x version are advised to upgrade to this release. This release effects a security fix to the display of inline attachments, where arbitrary inline attachment rendering could lead to cross-domain scripting or other browser attacks. This version also includes a range of translation updates, regression fixes, and bug fixes, including multiple SOAP API-related bugs and regressions.

      •  24 Apr 2010 08:21

        Release Notes: Included with this release are a range of bugfixes, translation updates, and general improvements. Highlights include improved installation, a fixed upgrade path from 1.1.x, fixes to the URL and path detection, and updates to the plugin event system. Initial support for browser clickjacking protection has been added (both X-Frame-Options and X-Content-Security-Policy).

        •  08 May 2006 04:54

        Release Notes: One can no longer theoretically login with a disabled account. A bug in string_sanitize_url() was fixed. Numerous MS SQL bugs were fixed. The Global Profiles list is now sorted. is_writable() in install.php was fixed. A possible redirect to blank page for new admins was fixed. A wrong strpos function call was fixed. fixed_in_version was renamed to Fixed_in_version during database migration.

        •  04 May 2006 12:27

        Release Notes: This release can no longer send reminders to all recipients, and can again submit issues after upgrading from 0.18.2. There is an XSS fix.

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        24 Apr 2010 03:01 dhx Thumbs up

        New release! From www.mantisbt.org/blog/...

        MantisBT 1.2.1 is a maintenance update for the stable 1.2.x branch. All
        installations that are currently running any 1.1.x or 1.2.0 version are
        advised to upgrade to this release.

        Included with 1.2.1 are a range of bug fixes, translation updates, and general
        improvements over the initial 1.2.0 release. Highlights include an improved
        installation, a fixed upgrade path from 1.1.x, fixes to the URL and path
        detection, and updates to the plugin event system.

        The release changelog can be found at:
        - www.mantisbt.org/bugs/...

        It can be downloaded at:
        - www.mantisbt.org/downl...

        12 Dec 2003 05:23 juantech

        Excelent!
        Bugtracking system very easy to use, readaptatible &
        stable. The major BGS available in just moment.
        Congratulations!!!

        18 Sep 2002 07:00 schmutz

        Re: ERROR: There was an error in your report? (When trying to submit new bug)
        Hi Derek,

        I had the same problem with my installation.

        To solve the problem, I set the following in the /Mantis/default/config_inc1.php file: $g_allow_file_upload = OFF;

        It was previously set to ON.

        Cheers
        Steven

        > Hi there.
        >
        > I installed the latest version of Mantis
        > which is 0.17.5 on a Redhat 7.3
        > installation with php and mysql-php
        > version 4.1.2-7.
        >
        > My previous installation was on redhat
        > 7.2, with php 4.0.6-7, and php-mysql
        > being the same.
        >
        > On the new system (0.17.5), I can add
        > & change employees, and the same
        > with projects. I can also add &
        > change users and do everything normally.
        >
        >
        > However, when I try and add a new bug to
        > a project, (and select all info from the
        > required drop down boxes, and supply
        > info in the required places), I get the
        > following error:
        >
        > ERROR: There was an error in your
        > report.
        >
        > You must select a category
        > You must select a severity
        > You must select a reproducibility
        > You must enter a summary
        > You must enter a description
        >
        > (With a button saying "Go
        > Back".
        >
        > I go back, and add all the info again,
        > and the same thing happens.
        >
        > PLEASE could anybody be kind enough to
        > help out on this one.
        >
        > I would REALLLLY appreciate it.
        >
        > Thanking you.
        >
        > Derek Chenome Pienaar

        03 Sep 2002 04:08 Chenome

        ERROR: There was an error in your report? (When trying to submit new bug)
        Hi there.

        I installed the latest version of Mantis which is 0.17.5 on a Redhat 7.3 installation with php and mysql-php version 4.1.2-7.

        My previous installation was on redhat 7.2, with php 4.0.6-7, and php-mysql being the same.

        On the new system (0.17.5), I can add & change employees, and the same with projects. I can also add & change users and do everything normally.

        However, when I try and add a new bug to a project, (and select all info from the required drop down boxes, and supply info in the required places), I get the following error:

        ERROR: There was an error in your report.

        You must select a category
        You must select a severity
        You must select a reproducibility
        You must enter a summary
        You must enter a description

        (With a button saying "Go Back".

        I go back, and add all the info again, and the same thing happens.

        PLEASE could anybody be kind enough to help out on this one.

        I would REALLLLY appreciate it.

        Thanking you.

        Derek Chenome Pienaar

        25 Dec 2001 15:32 AlexBennee Thumbs up

        This was the project that convinced my boss
        We'd been looking for a bug-tracking system to update our paper based system for a while. I've tried 'em all (including the powerful yet monster bugzilla).

        This is the project that showed him what OS was capable of. Not only is it a good lightweight bug-tracker but the code is well laid out and a joy to customise.

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