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This is a command line interface to the bug tracking system, intended mainly for use by developers. It lets the BTS be manipulated using simple commands that can be run at the prompt or in a script, does various sanity checks on the input, and constructs and sends a mail to the BTS control address for you.
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You can specify multiple commands by separating them with a single dot, rather like B<update-rc.d>; a single comma may also be used; all the commands will then be sent in a single mail. For example (quoting where necessary so that B<bts> sees the comment):
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Translated by Paco Molinero on 2009-11-21
Reviewed by Paco Molinero on 2010-06-02
Located in ../scripts/bts.pl:191
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Make bts use cached bugs for the 'show' and 'bugs' commands, if a cache is available for the requested data. See the cache command, below for information on setting up a cache.
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Translated and reviewed by Paco Molinero on 2009-11-21
Located in ../scripts/bts.pl:216
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When running a B<bts cache> command, should we only mirror the basic bug (min), or should we also mirror the mbox version (mbox), or should we mirror the whole thing, including the mbox and the boring attachments to the BTS bug pages and the acknowledgement emails (full)? Default is min.
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Translated and reviewed by Paco Molinero on 2009-11-21
Located in ../scripts/bts.pl:236
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Specify the command to read the mbox. Must contain a "%s" string (unquoted!), which will be replaced by the name of the mbox file. The command will be split on white space and will not be passed to a shell. Default is 'mutt -f %s'. (Also, %% will be substituted by a single % if this is needed.)
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Translated and reviewed by Paco Molinero on 2009-11-21
Located in ../scripts/bts.pl:254
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Specify the sendmail command. The command will be split on white space and will not be passed to a shell. Default is '/usr/sbin/sendmail'. The -t option will be automatically added if the command is /usr/sbin/sendmail or /usr/sbin/exim*. For other mailers, if they require a -t option, this must be included in the SENDMAILCMD, for example: --sendmail="/usr/sbin/mymailer -t"
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Translated and reviewed by Paco Molinero on 2009-11-21
Located in ../scripts/bts.pl:278
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Note that when sending directly via an SMTP host, specifying addresses in --cc-addr or BTS_DEFAULT_CC that the SMTP host will not relay will cause the SMTP host to reject the entire mail.
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Translated and reviewed by Paco Molinero on 2009-11-21
Located in ../scripts/bts.pl:303
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Download a bug report again, even if it does not appear to have changed since the last cache command. Useful if a --cache-mode=full is requested for the first time (otherwise unchanged bug reports will not be downloaded again, even if the boring bits have not been downloaded).
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Translated and reviewed by Paco Molinero on 2009-11-21
Located in ../scripts/bts.pl:338
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Similar to --interactive, with the exception that an editor is spawned before prompting for confirmation of the message to be sent.
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Translated and reviewed by Paco Molinero on 2009-11-21
Located in ../scripts/bts.pl:380
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When running bts cache, only display information about newly cached pages, not messages saying already cached. If this option is specified twice, only output error messages (to stderr).
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Translated and reviewed by Paco Molinero on 2009-11-21
Located in ../scripts/bts.pl:389
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