|Version 16 (modified by rjollos, 4 years ago) (diff)|
Known (Confirmed) Issues
- Valid acronyms with underlined wiki markup are not tagged as acronyms (#8377)
- Character subsets of words are matched as acronyms (#8429)
- Allow multiple acronym definition pages to be specified (#8420)
- Allow for a common Acronyms file for multiple projects (#8404)
- Allow CamelCase words to be acronyms (#8267)
- 07-Jan-2011: Plugin is being actively maintained for Trac 0.11 and Trac 0.12. The older versions such as the 0.9 branch are not maintained, however patches will be accepted.
Auto-generated acronyms from a table in a Wiki page
Automatically generates HTML acronyms from definitions in tables in a Wiki page (AcronymDefinitions by default).
Acronyms are in the form <acronym>[<id>] and are defined in a table with four columns:
Acronym, Description [, URL [, ID URL]]
Only the first two columns are required.
URL can be the name of a wiki page, the name of which does not have to be CamelCase and can even be a subpage (e.g. MyPage/MySubPage), or an external resource. If an <id> is provided, the ID URL is used and any occurrences of the symbol $1 in the description and the ID URL are substituted with the <id>.
Rows starting with ||' are ignored.
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Download the zipped source from here.
Create a Wiki page holding your acronym definitions in the way described above (for example Acronyms).
In trac.ini add the following section to make the plugin aware of this storage page:
[acronym] page = AcronymDefinitions
The storage page is AcronymDefinitions by default if not specified in trac.ini.
The following acronym definition table:
||'''Acronym'''||'''Description''' ||'''URL''' ||'''ID URL'''|| ||RFC ||Request For Comment $1 ||http://www.ietf.org/rfc.html ||http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc$1.txt|| ||RFC2316 ||Request For Comment 2316 ||Rfc2316 || ||
Has the following effect:
<a href="http://www.ietf.org/rfc.html"> <acronym title="Request For Comment"> RFC </acronym> </a>
<a href="http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2315.txt"> <acronym title="Request For Comment 2315"> RFC 2315 </acronym> </a>
<a href="Rfc2316"> <acronym title="Request For Comment 2316"> RFC2316 </acronym> </a>