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Nitpick is a distributed issue tracker. It helps keep track of which nits you should pick. It's intended to be used with source code such that the issues can follow the code via whatever VCS or distribution mechanism. This is an abbreviated guide to configuring a Nitpick repository. For a user guide and tutorial you should look at docs/nitpick.html or http://travisbrown.ca/projects/nitpick/docs/nitpick.html. A quick look at a static dump of the web UI can be seen at http://travisbrown.ca/projects/nitpick/issues/index.html. The project mailing list is email@example.com and the archives and list information can be found at http://lists.travisbrown.ca/listinfo.cgi/nitpick-travisbrown.ca Once the repository has been created you will likely want to configure the repository. This is done by editing the files in .nitpick/config. Repository Configuration ======================== The config file contains the bulk of the settings in the colon titled format with spaces between the item, eg. "components: Documentation UI Backend". The default will be the first item in the list. When presented as a list of options all the options will be presented in the order listed in the configuration. The fields are as follows: components - The list of components which will be give as options Default: Documentation fix_by - targets for when an issue should be closed by Default: Next_Release priority - Priority given to the issue Default: 1 2 3 4 5 severity - Severity of the issue Default: Blocker Critical Major Minor Trivial state - Current state of the issue Default: New Confirmed Open Diagnosed Fixed Closed resolution - Resolution of an issue after it has been dealt with Default: None Fixed Duplicate WontFix Invalid WorksForMe type - The various types of issues Default: Bug Feature Regression project_name - The human readable name of the project to use when exporting bugs Default: Nitpick Project gantt - True or False, enable the UI options for producing Gantt charts with scheduling information. Default: False The users file simply contains the list of selectable users, one per line, in a free form. By default the only user is the Unassigned user. User Configuration ======================== There are a few environment variables nitpick will query for per-user configuration information. EDITOR or VISUAL is checked to determine the editor which should be used when necessary NITPICK_USERNAME is checked to determine which username to use when creating comments or issues. If NITPICK_USERNAME isn't found then nitpick will attempt to match the current username against the list of users configured for the repository.