Good software for project management + bug tracker + version control?

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Just warning you that I watched a lot of things, and online services, and offline application, while stopped at a Trac + a couple of plugins.


All would be good, but there is no way to do multi-level tasks (i.e. they have a shared task, and inside of that subtask) or tickets. Too flat, the scheme is not for complex projects.
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Redmine looked?
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redmine + git/svn? You can create subtasks, to have a few projects + a lot of plugins
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Version control svn, if you need a centralized system, and git, if you need distributed.
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Paid: Jira — quite a powerful tool, integration with SVN, subtasks, subprojects, etc.
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Redmine + Mercurial
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Well, I support the previous commentators, but will paint a little more.
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About six months ago for his own use was through all the free project management system, in the end we settled on Redmine, and, as it seemed to me at least then — no options.
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Ie all on the level of good commercial systems.
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Plus, there is that minor flaws can be fixed by yourself (sometimes some minor UI glitch that's very annoying, and fix it easily).
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In another project I use Assembla, is also an interesting system. But, in my opinion, Redmine is not worse, but free :)
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As was the positive experience of using FogBugz & Klin (Mercurial repository). There is generally elegant system. You can get free account for 2 users, or use paid access, 25$ per user per month.
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