I have been meaning to post about this for a while, and am just getting around to it. As part of the GHOP contest, Zachary Voase created an add-on for
Proctor that loads test failures into Trac as tickets.
ProctorTicket is an application, written in Python, which allows you to read a parseable proctor output log, or run a proctor test, and import all generated errors as Trac tickets. Tickets are the equivalent of issues, tasks or bugs in other software project management systems. ProctorTicket will determine the test class each error belongs to and group them accordingly. In addition, ProctorTicket can tell when a test has already been carried out, and it will not add the issue. If a test has been carried out before but the results vary, then it will automatically update the tickets to reflect this.
Check it out over at the ProctorTicket project site.
I’m looking forward to installing this at work so I can stop opening tickets for test failures manually. :-)