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Re: designing a complete SW management system under fedora?



Robert P. J. Day wrote:
almost certainly a little off the topic here, but i'm wondering if there's a forum devoted to designing a total software design/coding/management architecture that would work under linux in general and fedora in particular.

by architecture, i mean a nicely-coupled set of utilities including
* languages (C, C++, Perl, Python, Java, scripting)
* revision control (CVS, Subversion, BK, arch, etc.)
* build management (make, scons)
* IDEs
* issue/request tracking (bugzilla, RT)
* debugging (gdb)

you get the idea. i know there are individual mailing lists for pretty much all of these things, but is there somewhere a forum aimed at looking at the general architecture picture? discussing alternatives for any and all of these components? compatibility? etc, etc.

a pointer to mailing lists/URLs would be a good start.  thanks.

I run Source Navigator, which combines pretty much all of that.  It has
an editor (context sensitive), ties to CVS or other revision control
system, links to a tweaked version of xxgdb (insight) and can tie to
bugzilla.

http://sourcenav.sourceforge.net
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