Plugin for searching the source repository
If you are using Trac 0.12+ with non-SVN repositories and/or multiple repositories, try using MultiRepoSearchPlugin.
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Download the zipped source from here.
Depending on how you do the install, you may need to add a line to your trac.ini:
[components] tracreposearch.* = enabled
and then reload your web server's configuration.
To use the repository search, users must have the REPO_SEARCH permission.
You can include and exclude parts of the repository by adding the following options to trac.ini:
[repo-search] include = *.py:*.txt exclude = *.pyc:*.png:*.jpg:*.gif:*/README
The globs are separated by your operating systems path separator (: under UNIX, ; under Windows) and each glob is matched against the full path. Hence */README instead of just README.
- If you specify an absolute path glob in an include or exclude clause for a Subversion repository, the leading slash has to be omitted, e.g. exclude = trunk/old/*. If you are using Perforce, the absolute paths need to start with two leading slashes, e.g exclude=//depot/jobs/*.
- If only include is specified the default is to exclude all other files.
To speed up searches, an indexer is included. A full index will occur the first time you search the repository, which can take quite some time. Subsequent changesets will be incrementally indexed and should be pretty snappy.
The indexer is enabled by default and will use the PYTHON_EGG_CACHE dir to store its data. You can override this location by adding the following entry to your trac.ini:
[repo-search] index = /my/trac/env/idx
The index option is a a directory that must be writable by the web server user. The indexer should cope well with changes to the include/exclude lists. Newly included files will be indexed, and newly excluded files will be removed from the word:file mapping table.
Note: Under Win32 you will need the pywin32 module in order for the indexer to work.
-  by rjollos on 2010-12-12 07:43:46
Removing pydev project file that was accidentally checked-in.
-  by rjollos on 2010-12-12 07:39:18
Use \S in the regular expression that extracts words. \S will match any non-whitespace character, whereas \w only matches alphanumeric characters and the underscore. Refs #5938.
-  by rjollos on 2010-08-30 07:34:48
Fixed problem with indexing non-ascii characters. Fixes #2143.