Summer is ended, vacations are over, servers are upgraded and moved to a new collocation facility and now it's time to turn to BUGtrack improvements.
The primary goal of this release is the migration to .NET 4.0. Yet it delivers a couple of new features.
- BUGtrack stores the timestamp and the user who opened the issue in Opened/Open By pair of fields. However, when the issue is closed and then reopened, these fields are overwritten with new values. With this release we are introducing Created and Created By fields – their purpose is to store original timestamp and issue creator; they are not affected by reopen action. Both fields are available for web-queries and XSL reports, moreover you can filter and sort by Created field.
- Sort options are now extended with Recently Modified option which puts recently modified bugs on top of the list
- BUGtrack now properly detects iPads and iPods and reverts to plain-text mode editing as mobile Safari does not support rich-text editing yet.