|Version 4 (modified by avakar, 3 years ago) (diff)|
Integrate a directory of Mercurial repositories
Allows one to add a whole directory of Mercurial repositories to Trac. Also adds the optional ability to create and delete repositories.
The plugin requires Trac-0.12 (which supports multiple repositories).
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Download and Install
You will have to download and install TracMercurial first.
Once that's done, checkout the sources for the HgDirManager plugin from the repository. Use the setup script to create an egg, which you can then copy to the plugin directory in your Trac environment.
hg clone http://bitbucket.org/avakar/trac-hgdirmanager cd trac-hgdirmanager python ./setup.py bdist_egg
Add the following to your trac.ini.
[hgdir] base_path = /path/to/hg/repos recurse = False url_prefix = http://base/url/where/repos/are/mapped
You'll then see all Mercurial repos in base_path in the Trac's source browser.
Users that have REPO_CREATE privilege can create new repositories in that path by navigating to /newhgrepo page (you can add a link to your WikiStart page for example).
You can give users the REPO_DELETE privilege, which will allow them to delete empty repositories (navigate to /deletehgrepo/name-of-repo).
In the unlikely case you want to give your users the ability to irreversibly delete non-empty repositories, give them both REPO_DELETE and REPO_DELETE_NONEMPTY privileges.