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                  An updated feature in CoApp tools

                  Jul 12 2011 by Garrett Serack @fearthecowboy

                  I’ve added a feature to the command line parsing stuff that makes it simpler to get to the bug tracker for a given tool.

                  Using --list-bugtracker on the command line will display the tracker for every loaded assembly that has a bugtracker attribute:

                  show bugtracker example

                  This works by adding a new attribute to the AssemblyInfo.cs file for any project in CoApp :

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                  Error: Not Found

                  The requested URL / was not found on this server.


                  Using --open-bugtracker on the command line will now open the default (the one in the EXE, or the first DLL if the EXE doesn't have one) bug tracker for the tool in the default browser.