Distributed bug tracking from the command line
be [options] [command] [command_options] [commands_args...]
be allows commandline interaction with the Bugs Everywhere database in a project tree.
To avoid bit-rotted documentation, we do not describe all available commands and options in this manpage. Run be help for accurate documentation. See the Bugs Everywhere Manual (http://docs.bugseverywhere.org/) for more detailed documentation and tutorials.
Print help for be and a list of all available commands.
Run be help for a complete list.
Show general help and a list of all commands.
be help init
Show help for the init command.
Initialize a new Bugs Everywhere database.
The Bugs Everywhere uses Bugs Everywhere to track its bugs. You can submit bugs directly using be:
$ be --repo http://bugs.bugseverywhere.org/ new "The demuxulizer is broken" Created bug with ID bea/abc $ be --repo http://bugs.bugseverywhere.org/ comment bea/abc <Describe bug> $ be --repo http://bugs.bugseverywhere.org/ commit "Reported bug in demuxulizer"
Or send an email to the mailing list at [email protected].
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