Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of RoadmapFilterPlugin


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May 14, 2010 1:46:24 PM (4 years ago)
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daveappendix
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  • RoadmapFilterPlugin

    v1 v2  
    2323You can check out RoadmapFilterPlugin from [http://trac-hacks.org/svn/roadmapfilterplugin here] using Subversion, or [source:roadmapfilterplugin browse the source] with Trac. 
    2424 
     25== Install == 
     26 
     27It's simple enough to not need the usual install procedure. Just copy RoadmapFilter.py into the plugin directory of your trac instance. 
     28 
    2529== Example == 
    2630 
    27 Two new fields appear in the box at the top right of the roadmap page, "Include" and "Exclude". 
     31Two new fields appear in the box at the top right of the roadmap page, "Include" and "Exclude". 
    2832 
    2933In each box, you can enter milestone names to filter in or out. Seperate multiple names with | (pipe). 
    3034 
    3135Some standard Trac prefixes are allowed at the start of each milestone name: 
    32  * '^' on the front means milestones starting with the following string will be included in the filter. 
    33  * '$' on the front means milestones ending with the following string will be included in the filter. 
    34  * '~' on the front means milestones containing the following string will be included in the filter. 
     36 * '{{{^}}}' on the front means milestones starting with the following string will be included in the filter. 
     37 * '{{{$}}}' on the front means milestones ending with the following string will be included in the filter. 
     38 * '{{{~}}}' on the front means milestones containing the following string will be included in the filter. 
    3539 
    3640Anything else is an exact match.