wiki:ProgressMeterMacro

Version 16 (modified by qwp0, 6 years ago) (diff)

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ProgressMeter macro

Description

This macro plugin was created because of this task for GHOP/Python Software Foundation.

It contains a macro to display progress meter similar to the meters visible in the Roadmap within a wiki page. The ProgressMeter macro works with the same arguments as TicketQuery macro -- except 'status' argument logically (which is handled differently, see usage). It can be used for example for building complete report of the progress on tickets owned by a particular person. Actually the macro just counts the tickets matching given criteria and shows the meter (closed-to-active-tickets ratio).

A longer description is available at the mentioned web page of GHOP task.

Download

Download the zipped source from here. (Please note that attachments are obsolete and so they don't provide full functionality.)

Source

You can check out ProgressMeterMacro from here using Subversion, or browse the source with Trac.

Usage examples

Displays progress meter on tickets owned by 'qwp0' within milestone '0.1a':

[[ProgressMeter(owner=qwp0, milestone=0.1a)]]

Progress meter on tickets associated with component 'wiki':

[[ProgressMeter(component=wiki)]]

Using the status arg you can define statuses which will be considered as closed, separated by '|'. The 'closed' status is not default -- you have to specify it explicitly if you want it to be inclosed with the other statuses. Also, at the moment you can't use this arg as the only one.

[[ProgressMeter(status=closed|ready for QA, owner=$USER)]]

Bugs/Feature Requests

Existing bugs and feature requests for ProgressMeterMacro are here. If you have any issues, create a new ticket.

Recent Changes

[11720] by qwp0 on 2012-07-10 01:24:20
ProgressMeterMacro: Version bump.
[11719] by qwp0 on 2012-07-10 01:24:15
ProgressMeterMacro: Major code revision and unification across the supported Trac versions.
[11718] by qwp0 on 2012-07-09 16:42:44
ProgressMeterMacro: A friendlier message when previewing in a self-addressed non-existent ticket.

Author/Contributors

Author: qwp0
Thanks to: Doug Hellmann, Odd Simon Simonsen, Russell Sim