Trac is an open-source, cloud-based, project management and bug tracking solution written in the Python programming language. Trac provides a simple interface to Subversion and Git, a host of reporting tools and an integrated Wiki.

Trac allows users to track the progress of resolving bugs, issues and features requests with ticket numbers. These ticket numbers can be searched and filter by severity, project component, owner and version.

Trac provides additional features through plugins such as anti-spam, code documentation, file management, project time management, user feedback and discussions. It supports a number of databases, such as SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL and MS-SQL.

Active ticket
Active ticket

Active ticket

Admin

Admin

Browse source

Browse source

Completed ticket

Completed ticket

Timeline

Timeline

Supported Operating System(s):

Web browser (OS agnostic)



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Maryorie Nataly from Universidad Metropolitana

Ease-of-use

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June 2018

I used that software in software development, in project following.

Pros

I like mostly its funcionalities for project documentation, to keep project logs throughout its development milestones.

Cons

Its not a friendly apply. Every person who want to use it, have to know about its wiki written command.

Review Source: Capterra

Ted from University of Hawaii

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April 2018

Great integration with subversion.

Pros

You can use hyperlinks in bugs to subversion code.
You can integrate with email but that's optional.
Integrates with PlantUML and Doxygen to make illustrations.

Cons

You need to install subversion and let it know where.
A bundled install with subversion would be nice.

Review Source: Capterra

Max from Brickyard

Number of employees:  11-50 employees

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September 2017

The little defect tracking engine that could

Trac served me well for many years

Pros

Open source, very easy to get started with, includes a wiki and subversion integration out of the box

Cons

New releases can take forever, plugins feel like a house of cards, there's nobody you can call when it falls apart, rolling your own plugin requires python, which I dislike

Review Source: Capterra

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