Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of RestrictedAreaPlugin


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Feb 6, 2007 9:10:08 AM (7 years ago)
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Chriki
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added tags, added credits

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  • RestrictedAreaPlugin

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    55The RestrictedAreaPlugin is a pretty simple Trac plugin that allows the Trac administrator to set up restricted areas which are accessible only for privileged users. The access is controlled via the new Trac action {{{RESTRICTED_AREA_ACCESS}}} and a list of paths configured in the Trac {{{INI}}}-file. 
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    7 The plugin is tested only in our Trac environment which is a version 0.10.3 installation. As said, the plugin is pretty simple and probably runs in most other Trac versions from 0.9 on equally well (no guaranty, though!). If you are running the plugin in any other installation, then please feel free to edit this page accordingly -- alternatively file an informational ticket and I'll add the information myself ;-) 
     7The plugin is tested only in our Trac environment which is a version 0.10.3 installation. As said, the plugin is pretty simple and probably runs in most other Trac versions from 0.9 on equally well (no guaranty, though!). If you are running the plugin in any other installation, then please feel free to edit this page accordingly -- alternatively [http://trac-hacks.org/newticket?component=RestrictedAreaPlugin&owner=Chriki file an informational ticket] and I'll add the information myself ;-) 
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    4444[[ChangeLog(restrictedareaplugin, 3)]] 
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    46 == Author/Contributors == 
     46== Author/Credits == 
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    48 '''Author:''' [wiki:Chriki] [[BR]] 
    49 '''Contributors:''' 
     48'''Author:''' [wiki:Chriki] 
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     50The plugin was originally inspired by the HttpAuthPlugin. It was developed at the [http://www.dfki.de/ German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, DFKI] by me, [http://dfki.de/~cspurk Christian Spurk]. Suggestions and feedback are always welcome; please note, however, that the plugin is my very first Python work and was developed during my first few weeks of contact with Trac. That means I'm neither a Python nor a Trac guru at all, so if you suggest enhancements to the plugin, then it would help a lot to give me some hints on how to implement certain things.