jason at pyeron.com
Tue Mar 18 12:12:44 UTC 2003
Is this a reoccurring discussion every few months?
On Tue, 18 Mar 2003, Gervase Markham wrote:
James Smith wrote:
> It's not really bugzilla extensions, the kind of things I'm planning to
> develop are mobile "applications" using J2ME or other mobile technology.
You mean "mobile" as in "running on mobile hardware (PDAs)", as opposed
to "mobile code"?
> The idea I'm thinking about, consist in develop a mobile application that
> allows use some of the functionalities of bugzilla (i.e. notifications,
> consult bug status...).
> So, I would like to know if there is any experience or any projects, that,
> from an external application (probably running in other language i.e. java,
> C++...), communicates and/or uses some of the bugzilla functionalities.
The best way to do this is to use a WWW library of some sort to make
requests of the Bugzilla server, and receive the results back as HTML
(for display) or RDF/XML (for further processing.)
The obvious way to plug into notifications is to have the software check
for and display the bugmail that gets sent.
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