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Recommended Host for Trac
If you want to use Trac as your bug tracking and wiki system you’ll need a server with Python installed, along with the Genshi and setuptools Python libraries. The web server will also need to support SQLite, PostgreSQL, or MySQL databases. At a glance shared hosting appears to meet these requirements, but in order to install and configure Trac properly you’ll need a private environment. For an environment ideally suited to Trac hosting take a look at A2 Hosting.
Developers who want a streamlined bug tracking system will enjoy Trac.
Trac is an issue tracking system with enhanced wiki. It is Web-based, so you can manage it from anywhere with a browser. The system is intentionally simple, so as not to disrupt established project management routines. Written in Python, Trac is licensed under a modified Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) license. It is open source.
Features include, but are not limited to: timeline of recent activity, project management tools, Roadmap for upcoming project milestones, tickets, rich site summary (RSS) feeds, iCalendar export, and wiki markup.
Version control systems are also known as revision control. They help teams track changes during development. Trac is tightly integrated with two version control systems: Subversion (SVN) and Git. Several other systems are work with Trac as well.
Some hosting providers offer quick installation or instant setup of Trac with their plans. Other providers have Trac hosting plans specialized for team developing. Team plans include multiple instances of Trac and allow multiple users. Many hosts package Trac plans with SVN.
Developers who want issue tracking and project management without all the bulk of the huge project management software options will find Trac a powerful and flexible tool.