Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of CannedResponsesPlugin


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Timestamp:
May 4, 2009 4:10:19 AM (5 years ago)
Author:
rekkanoryo
Comment:

small tweaks

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  • CannedResponsesPlugin

    v4 v5  
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    47   * The line `pluginreq = new,pending -> closed` specifies, as a comma-delimited list, the statuses a ticket may have for using this canned response and the status the ticket will be set to. 
     47  * The line `pluginreq = new,pending -> new` specifies, as a comma-delimited list, the statuses a ticket may have for using this canned response and the status the ticket will be set to.  This can be any status a ticket can have. 
    4848  * The 'name' attribute provides a "pretty name" for users to see in the list of canned responses. 
    49   * The 'comment' attribute specifies, in WikiFormatting, the text of the comment to be added.  Anything inserted into the comment field at the same time as applying a canned response will be retained and placed after the canned response. 
     49  * The 'comment' attribute specifies, in WikiFormatting, the text of the comment to be added.  Anything inserted into the comment field at the same time as applying a canned response will be retained and placed after the canned response, with a `[[BR]]` between the canned response text and the user's comment text. 
    5050  * The 'resolution' attribute specifies the resolution to use on the ticket when closing. 
    5151  * The 'permissions' attribute specifies the minimum level of permissions required to see and use the response. 
    52   * The 'milestone' attribute (new in 0.11.1) allows you to specify the milestone to change the ticket to. 
    53   * The 'type' attribute (new in 0.11.1) allows you to specify a ticket type to change the ticket to. 
    54   * Be careful with spelling, as there is no validation.  If you make a spelling mistake you could cause a Python exception or cause tickets to be set to resolutions or milestones that don't exist. 
     52  * The 'milestone' attribute (new in plugin version 0.11.1) allows you to specify the milestone to change the ticket to. 
     53  * The 'type' attribute (new in plugin version 0.11.1) allows you to specify a ticket type to change the ticket to. 
     54  * Be careful with spelling, as there is no validation.  If you make a spelling mistake you could cause a Python exception or cause tickets to be set to statuses, resolutions, types, or milestones that don't exist. 
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    5656== Author/Contributors ==