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[.net] Defect Tracking Tool?

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Does anyone know if there is a small tool to keep tracks of todos, bug and the like? I don't need a web-based application, It would just be used by me. What I would like is just a more usable to-do list than the one built-in in VS.Net. I was only able to find web applications.. Thanks in advance!

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You might have more luck looking for a "project manager" rather than a bug tracker. Are you willing to use commercial software? There are quite a few personal project managers for sale like MS Project.

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Isn't Microsoft Project more team oriented? The website talks about organizing people and taks. It doesn't seem to be programmer-friendly.
It seems I'll have to code it myself in my spare time :)

I noticed that with tools such as NUnit, after selecting the assembly, the software automatically recognizes the special methods tagged as Unit Test. So how do I obtain the signatures of the methods contained in an assembly?

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How about something like Task Coach http://members.chello.nl/f.niessink/screenshots.html

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How about something like Task Coach http://members.chello.nl/f.niessink/screenshots.html


That's look pretty neat. I should give it a try aswell, especially to keep motivated :)

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