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I tried using lighthouse but I can't seem to get the auto notification whenever there is a commit to work.

Can anyone suggest a good, simple bug tracking system that works with SVN? I don't mind paying.

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I have used in the past and can recommend it.

It has a ticketing system and tight integration with svn, in addition a usefull wiki. Everyone on your project will probably understand it instantly.

If you are able to, I can recommend outsourcing management of svn repository and trac. I have used an australian company called in the past (It was called CVSDude before) and I was very happy with their services.

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