phpBugTracker 1.0.1 review

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phpBugTracker is meant to be a replacement for Bugzilla (one day)

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
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Developer: Slappy
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phpBugTracker is meant to be a replacement for Bugzilla (one day). It's not quite there yet, but we're working on it.

This project grew out of the frustrations I experienced in installing and using bugzilla.

Here are some key features of "phpBugTracker":
Simplicity in use and installation
Use templates to achieve presentation independence
Use a database abstraction layer to achieve database independence
Track bugs by multiple users on multiple projects
Bug history showing changes made to a bug over its lifetime
Restrict projects to certain groups of users
The option to store passwords encrypted in the database
Use of CSS to easily change the color scheme
HTML templates allow you to completely change the look of the interface
Flexible bug search capabilities
Localization -- Have status messages in your native language (help needed)
File attachments for bugs
Anonymous browsing of bugs
Web-based installation
Links to a cvs web interface from bug comments
Bug dependencies
And a few more... :)

A web server with PHP >= 4.1.0
A database server (MySQL or PostgreSQL)

What's New in This Release:
Fixed a bug with the mysqli database layer

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