This may be similar to #279.
I'm interested in dependencies between versions, so I could have a version 1.0 target with a bunch of subversions below it, such as 0.1, 0.2, 1.0RC1, etc. Issues in the subversions would automatically be pushed to the parent version, so I can always see how much progress has been made for a major release.
This one issue is what would make me jump from Trac to Redmine.
#2 Updated by Kenneth Hoxworth about 12 years ago
- File version-dependency.patch added
Allright, I never received feedback on this, and my company has begun investigating new tracking tools, so I figured this would be a useful feature. I've integrated 1-level version inheritance across the version creation/edit function, the roadmap, and the show version view. I'm sure I missed something, but so far this meets exactly what we need.
We can now have minor versions all be part of a major version, and can show how much progress has been made on a major version even if there are no issues directly attached to it.
The patch is against revision .
#4 Updated by Mischa The Evil about 12 years ago
Hi, I just noticed this issue/patch for the first time and tested it against a clean r1900. It works flawlessly.I personally think this is great patch which extends versioning in Redmine in a nice way. Though like you state some refinements are missing. For example:
- it would be good to show dependencies in versions-settings view
- it would be good to show dependencies in versions in drop-downs either
- tests should be modified to pass I guess
Sad that I use patch #1671 which conflicts heavily with this patch (thus preventing me from using the patch) otherwise I'd apply it immediately...