|Version 13 (modified by anonymous, 6 years ago) (diff)|
Display links to queries in ticket summaries
In vanilla trac, the Reporter, Owner, Priority, etc. in the ticket summary are displayed as text. The AutoQueryPlugin changes these to links to query strings. For instance, out of the box, clicking on the reporter name will result in a link like:
The end part of the query string (&order=priority) is configurable in the .ini file.
The intent of this plugin is to make finding like tickets easier and to take advantage of the fact that these text items aren't links to something interesting and could be.
This plugin overrides the ticket.html template to do this. Ideally, this wouldn't have to be done, but it was the easiest solution to the problem.
The AutoQueryPlugin supports two options in the [Autoquery] section of the trac.ini file (also configurable with the IniAdminPlugin). The relevant section with the option defaults would look like this:
[autoquery] query_args = &order=priority excluded_fields = estimatedhours, hours, totalhours
These options are as follows:
- query_args: additional argument string to append to the query url (in the event the patch from #3226 is included in trac core, this string will be taken from the default_anonymous_query option in [query])
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Download and Source
After installing, usage should be straight forward. The text fields in the ticket badge will become links to queries. This can be seen in the openplans trac instance. For instance:
this plugin may become a patch to trac core. see #3226 for the patch and discussion
originally developed at The Open Planning Project