Apr 20, 2014:
- 1:33 PM Changeset  by
- 3:10 AM Ticket #11695 (Changes to tags may be recorded as anonymous) created by
- If a wiki page is edited by an unauthenticated user who enters a …
- 3:01 AM Ticket #5784 (Loss of the plugin causes sensitive information disclosure) closed by
- cantfix: I've updated the …
- 2:59 AM SensitiveTicketsPlugin edited by
- Refs trac:#10285. (diff)
- 2:57 AM PrivateTicketsPlugin edited by
- Fix version and markup. (diff)
- 2:53 AM Ticket #3222 ([Patch] Allow group names to have *some* upper-case letters) closed by
- 2:52 AM PrivateTicketsPlugin edited by
- Update comment now that trac:#10285 is resolved. (diff)
- 1:17 AM Changeset  by
With xmlrpclib and TracXMLRPC (http://trac-hacks.org/wiki/XmlRpcPlugin)
available all 72 tests pass now.
- 12:51 AM Changeset  by
Functional overlap of the aforementioned plugin with TagsPlugin is a fact.
TagsPlugin lacking auto-complete-style assistance for 'keyword' alias tag
input fields took a lot from its potential efficiency.
Consequently KeywordSuggestPlugin is getting integrated from now.
Maintaining said plugin separately as another low-profile plugin for users
that dislike TagsPlugin might still happen depending on developer priorities
and user feedback.
PEP8 clean-up and move to TagsPlugin >= 0.7 performance-enhanced API for
querying current tag list has been done on the way.
Apr 19, 2014:
- 5:41 PM Changeset  by
Component dependency checks are better performed at runtime, and Genshi is
required for Trac anyway.
Following Ryan's recommendation in http://trac-hacks.org/wiki/DevGuide.
- 12:28 AM Changeset  by
Apr 18, 2014:
- 2:24 PM Ticket #11693 (Is this plugin working with version Trac 1.0.1) created by
- I upgraded to Trac 1.0.1 and this plugin doesn't seem to work. It …
- 12:04 PM Changeset  by
MailArchivePlugin: Implement support for format=table in the MailQuery() macro and make this the default.
(Get the previous simpler format using format=list.)
- 12:00 PM Changeset  by
MailArchivePlugin: Fix for problematic emails with base64 encoded attachments in message/rfc822 parts.
Apparently such emails are a known source of problems:
"message/rfc822" with "base64" encoding from Outlook users via GMail commercial accounts.
Suggests that this is an invalid(?) email.
RFC 2046 section 5.2.1 has this to say about message/rfc822:
No encoding other than "7bit", "8bit", or "binary" is permitted for
the body of a "message/rfc822" entity. The message header fields are
always US-ASCII in any case, and data within the body can still be
encoded, in which case the Content-Transfer-Encoding header field in
the encapsulated message will reflect this. Non-US-ASCII text in the
headers of an encapsulated message can be specified using the
mechanisms described in RFC 2047.
Such broken emails contain something like this:
... Content-Type: message/rfc822; name=Forwarded message Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=Forwarded message Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64 [base64 encoded attachment] ...
But Python's email.message.Message.walk() sees this as two separate parts:
- The message/rfc822 part WITHOUT payload.
- The payload as text/plain. (So it skips the needed base64 decoding when calling get_payload(decode=True).)
We ended up displaying the undecoded attachment as the message for such emails instead of the actual text/plain part.
Fix: Show the first text/plain part and definitely not the misparsed base64 encoded attachment message/rfc822 part.
Also we failed for such attachments because part.get_payload(decode=True) returns None in: add_attachment(part.get_payload(decode=True), ...
For now we still don't import such attachments, but we detect them.
Apr 17, 2014:
- 6:30 PM Ticket #11691 (Problem with root option (Macro crash)) closed by
- invalid: The OP's change (11780) is in the history of the fix for this "column …
- 4:27 PM Ticket #11375 (Trying to install TracJsGanttPlugin in 1.0.1 version.) closed by
- worksforme: There is no authentication in the plugin. And we now see it working …
- 7:38 AM Changeset  by
fix a bug when deploy by egg archive
- 3:22 AM Changeset  by
This is the minimal solution proving only changes recorded by TagsPlugin.
Since  tag changes are saved, but only for wiki pages by default.
So changes recorded with tagged resources like tickets are left out here.
Hint: Use realm's native timeline event providers (i. e. ticket_show_details
option in trac.ini section [timeline] for tickets) to get them.
Apr 16, 2014:
- 10:43 PM Changeset  by
Remove comment that has been addressed. Refs #11489.
- 10:41 PM Changeset  by
Handle collapsing groups on multi-Gantt pages. Refs #11489.
Needed to add the chart ID to more DOM element IDs for uniqueness.
Apr 15, 2014:
- 5:26 PM Ticket #11691 (Problem with root option (Macro crash)) created by
- Problem after update from 0.10 to 0.11 Error: Macro …
- 3:23 AM Ticket #11690 (Document which components are required) created by
- I was looking at the plugin admin page the other day and thinking it …
Apr 14, 2014:
- 11:48 PM Changeset  by
So an idea for the days, when permission providers for Trac were born, finally
has come true.
- 11:21 PM Ticket #11684 (Forget Password possibility) closed by
- invalid: Yes, if you are using AccountManagerPlugin. If you have further …
Apr 13, 2014:
- 12:13 AM DevGuide edited by
- Fixed typos. (diff)
- 12:03 AM DevGuide edited by
- Assert minimum Trac version requirement. Refs #9800. (diff)