PyBugz version when installing Gitzilla

I’m trying to install Gitzilla, and I’m running into the ‘no module named Bugz’ problem mentioned here.

Anyone knows where to take the 0.9.3 PyBugz version metioned in the link above?

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  • One Solution collect form web for “PyBugz version when installing Gitzilla”

    On Ubuntu:

    • Download PyBugs: git clone and cd to the new pybugz directory
    • Verify tag 0.9.3 exists: git tag
    • Checkout the 0.9.3 tag: git checkout 0.9.3
    • Install the library: sudo python install
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