The JIRA issue tracker

The PCGen project uses a system named JIRA , located at jira.pcgen.org , to track bug reports and feature requests ( issues ).

This page explains how to submit bug reports or feature requests for the PCGen project.

Note: JIRA has replaced the previous issue tracker at SourceForge, which is no longer used.

Submitting an issue


Once the issue is created, the project team will be notified there is a new issue for their attention.

You will be notified via email if the project team needs any more information, and when the issue is resolved.

An example of a submitted issue is shown below.


Account creation and log-in

An account is required to participate in the JIRA issue tracker. The sign-up link is on the JIRA front page :

The sign-up link on the front page.

The sign-up link on the front page.

Once you have completed the sign-up process, you can log in:

The log-in screen.

The log-in screen.


Sub-projects

The JIRA system contains several "sub-projects", representing parts of the overall PCGen project.

The sub-projects displayed on the JIRA front page.

The sub-projects displayed on the JIRA front page.

The sub-projects are as listed below.

Filing your issue under the right sub-project helps members of the development team to keep track of their part of the project. If in doubt, pick the sub-project you think is the closest match for your issue; someone will fix it up afterwards, if required.


Determining your PCGen and Java versions

When reporting issues, you should include:

Your PCGen version and Java version can be found by opening the Help > About dialog in PCGen.

The Help > About... dialog.

The Help > About... dialog.