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More about development
Want to try the development version?
Currently under development
Flyspray is under constant development. New features in the development version include but are not limited to:
- LDAP support and extensible authentication
- Quick edit of tasks
- add/view tasks and add comments just with Jabber (messages)
- CSV and iCal export of tasklist
- edit and close multiple tasks at once
- Improved user and group management
- Background notifications and notification blacklists
- User area with personal notes and notifications
- Possibility to add multiple tasks in a row
- Add and remove custom task fields
- Default sort columns (per user)
- Show an unlimited number of tasks in the task list (before 250 max. per page)
- Per user option: Hide contact info
- Project level task prefixes
- Tasks can be opened as private (or “confidential”) by anyone
- changelog generator
- CAPTCHA support (reCAPTCHA)
- SVN integration
As always, the latest code is running on our Flyspray BTS, and you are welcome to download it to try for yourself.
Getting the latest code
You are welcome to make modifications to Flyspray to suit your needs. If you would like to submit your changes to the Flyspray team, please provide patches against the latest development code in our repository. You may post them to the mailing list, or attach them to tasks in Flyspray's Flyspray if you are in a group with the “attach files” permission. If you want to contribute code to Flyspray, be sure to read the contributing page, specifically the Help us code section.
Please note that you retain the copyright to any code you submit to the Flyspray project, but we are free to release under it whichever licence we choose. Having said that, we will always release Flyspray under one of the Free Software (open source) licences (currently LGPL), and we give credit to those who've contributed.
To discuss current happenings in the development version, be sure to sign up to the mailing list.
We would like to thank :
- Jonathan Oxer at Internet Vision Technologies for kindly having provided us with our Subversion repository in the past.
Installing the development version
At first download the development source using the instructions above. When doing that, it will come with a lot of control files which are unnecessary for Flyspray's operation. Use the following command to export the source code to a path inside your webserver's DocumentRoot (you can also overwrite an existing Flyspray installation), remembering to modify the command to suit your setup (not necessary if you downloaded a beta version):
# if you already have a working copy as instructed on "Getting the latest code" section, # omit this step, and just copy the directory to your webserver public directory. git clone git://github.com/Flyspray/flyspray.git
If you do not have a working copy of a previous official release, go to
and follow the instructions.
If you experience an infinite redirection after the upgrade, try clearing your browser cache and cookies.
Although using Flyspray is free, developing it does cost money. Please consider donating a few dollars via Paypal to help fund development.