Mosquitoes was designed to help software developers track the bugs within an application.
It allows them to record what caused a bug and when it was found. It then allows the user to record the corrections and steps to achieve them.
All the records are stored in an XML format to allow for a more extensible application and to allow people without the application to view the data.
The application is very easy to use. Simply open it up and enter the briefest of text about the project. Then save. This creates the data file. As you add bugs they will be listed to the right. You can create new, edit and even delete the records.
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Koodoos is a web based tool for searching the WHOIS database. It was designed to be online, but can be run locally as well.
This application can be used to find the whois details of a site. It can search domains names, extension names, companies, phone numbers, etc. You can search the WHOIS database with a variety of parameters. You can search by name or by extension. If you have the extension you can even search by country. The search is case sensitive. The search results are displayed on the same page.
So what is a bug and how does it work?
Usually the first time the software is used, bugs will be created by the user. These are the bugs that have been recorded for the application.
The best way to record bugs is to use the “Create Bug” button on the Menu Bar (File/Create Bug). This will launch the Bugs and Tasks application. This is where all the bugs will go. Once you have created a bug, return to the Mosquitoes application.
In your Bug list you should see your bug.
Click on the bug to bring up the bug. In this screen you will fill in the details for the bug. The project name, status, priority, priority date, and type of bug are filled in by the application. The date is not important.
When you add a bug, it will be marked as a duplicate. This way when you find a duplicate bug, you can simply find the duplicate and edit the bug. Only one bug can be marked as a duplicate. If you have any changes to make to the bug, make them in the Bugs and Tasks application. Then click “Update.”
If you want to create a new bug, click “Create Bug.”
At any time you can create a new bug in the bugs and tasks application. Just click the button and fill in the details. Your bug will be in your Bug List.
You will notice that there is a button on the “Bug List” page that says “Edit.” This will take you to the Mosquitoes application.
The button on the Bugs and Tasks application for “Edit Bug” is a
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Mosquitoes Product Key is a standalone application written with Java in the Eclipse IDE. You can run it on Windows, Linux or Mac
It is very extensible for the user.
If you have the source code you can easily add or edit the bugs.
You can also easily add bugs.
I have been using the Mosquito project to track the bugs within my software for the last three years.
It has been beneficial for me to have a record of when each bug was found and is updated. This makes it easier for me to search for old bugs. If I have had two releases since I found the bug this makes it easy to find the bug in the first release.
In the future I may be able to use Mosquito to create a bug report in the first place. Right now I am testing different versions of Mosquito to find the right version to make that happen.
If you are a programmer and prefer that as your main software application, you can use the Mosquito from the downloads section.
If you are a end user, you can have the Mosquito installed with a small installer that installs a small launcher application. This can be run from within any java program. This also allows you to create the Mosquito from any java program.
You can install Mosquito, via this self contained zip file.
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There’s also Outlook Plugin for working with BUG List:
It can be also included into Outlook with a button (to add new bugs at the bottom of the e-mail) so you can stay focused on work.
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You are the architect for Mosquitoes. You will be responsible for the design of Mosquito. Your job is to produce a working Mosquito application.
A typical Mosquito project might start with:
1. A new project is created
2. A new Mosquito Team is created
3. The Mosquito Application Name is specified
4. The Team Leader and (optional) Mosquito Admins are created
5. A new interface is created and recorded
6. The source is copied to the version control repository
7. The solution is checked in
8. Bug records are added describing the bug being tracked
9. The Mosquito data files are created
After each time step the Mosquito Application files are generated for the system to use. It could be a build script, a configuration file or anything that generates data to be recorded and stored.
As the project progresses the entire process of design, creation and testing, is recorded. These are assembled into a Mosquito project. That is a sequence of steps where the design was followed and the bugs were created. It’s like a software design version control system. The Mosquito project should be saved to the repository every time the process is saved.
What do you do?
1. The Mosquito Application Name is specified.
2. The Mosquito Team is created.
3. The Mosquito Application is created.
4. The Mosquito Interface is created.
5. The source is copied to the version control repository.
6. The solution is checked in.
7. The Mosquito Application data files are created.
You are the Mosquito developers
The Mosquito data file tracks the bugs in an application. Each bug entry is put into an XML file of which there could be one or more per application.
For example, if there were 5 bugs in the Mosquito application, the file would be:
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The Mosquito Structure:
Mosquitoes uses the Site extensions to create a broad structure that covers the methods and fields that are commonly used. Using these Site Extensions a developer can manage his projects bugs easily.
An example of a Method that may be created is:
abstract public void actionPerformed(java.awt.event.ActionEvent);
where the fields are initialized.
The Site extensions are also used for the actual bug tracking.
Method (That can hold all information about a bug)
Fields (Which contain the information that was entered into the bug)
Special fields (Used for logging)
List (List of bugs so each time a bug is found it can be added to the list)
Value (Used for setting the bug to Closed)
The Projects Extension is used to deal with the collections of bugs and its fields.
Project objects can be added to a collection, their methods and fields can be used to manage and keep track of the project bugs.
New Projects and Edits of the Projects can be done using the methods provided and updating the bug list.
The Projects collection can be sorted (see the Sort field)
The Site extension has a lot of functionality that can be used to deal with the bugs and the collection of them.
It has the ability to edit and add the main forms that are used to deal with the bugs.
The bugs itself are added as follows:
See the Bug Management section above for more information on how to add bugs
Bugs are added and named using the methods provided in the Bugs collection.
Lists bugs (Added by creating new bugs)
Deletes all bugs
Sorts the Bugs (sort is set in the Projects collection)
Sets the bug to open
Sets the bug to In Progress
Sets the bug to closed
Edits of bugs (With and without the Projects collection
Updates (adds, removes and edits)
Sets a bug to duplicate
Sets a bug to fix an issue
Sets a bug to test
Sets a bug to un-planned
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