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Trac and Subversion

 
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Hi,

I am looking to adopt a good project management tool with version control system for a large development project. I came across Trac, it works with Subversion for version controll. Wanted to get your feedback, any experience using it, maybe alternatives.

Currently I have CVSNT running on windows2003 box and project management part is done through Sugar which is a CRM app I am sure you heard about and since its not designed to deal with project development specifically, its a pain

So, Trac with Subversion looks pretty good right now, what do you think

Thanks a lot,
Fedor
 
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