Test Case Manager for Bugzilla

Fuentetaja, Ed ed.fuentetaja at ttu.edu
Fri Sep 26 14:55:23 UTC 2003

Hi all,

This is my first post to the list, although I've been using Bugzilla for
several years.

I was looking recently for a Test Case Management system that I could
integrate with Bugzilla. To my surprise it was really difficult to find
anything. The best I could find was TestRunner by Maciej Maczynski, at:
http://www.xdsnet.pl/~macmac. Unfortunately his version only works with
Bugzilla 2.12. Maciej hasn't had the time to carry on with the project.

I have recently finished porting TestRunner to Bugzilla 2.16.3. I think
that TestRunner is a really interesting complement to Bugzilla. I've
worked for some years in QA and testing areas. I believe that a tool
that integrates bug tracking with the ability to document test cases and
keep track of test executions (what tests where run for a product's
version, did they failed or succeeded?, and what bugs were discovered by
a given test case) is a basic need in software shops that can afford
full time QA staff.

It would be a real shame if Maciej efforts get wasted because I thing he
has done a great job and put a lot of thought in his tool. In addition,
you know that many commercial bugtracking systems offer integration with
their own proprietary test case management systems. I believe there is a
niche for such tools.

I have TestRunner working at You are
welcome to enter and take a look. Refer also to TestRunner's web page
for additional documentation.

I should be able to commit some time to maintain this project. I would
like to know if anyone else thinks that TestRunner is worth to be part
of Bugzilla, maybe as an optional add-on, and what would be the steps
necessary to be there.

Thank you all,

	Ed Fuentetaja

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