wiki:TicketModifiedFilesPlugin

Version 11 (modified by e2jk, 6 years ago) (diff)

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Listing modified files per ticket in Trac

Description

TicketModifiedFiles is a plugin that lists the files that have been modified during the resolution of a ticket (i.e. ticket-related modified files).
It also checks if those files have been modified to resolve other tickets, in order to warn the developer about possible conflicting tickets.


Installing TicketModifiedFilesPlugin

We suppose that you have already installed Trac 0.11 and set up a trac project.

Easy way

If you have a recent version of Setuptools installed, you can just do:

easy_install http://trac-hacks.org/svn/ticketmodifiedfilesplugin

Normal way

  1. Download TicketModifiedFiles as a zip file or grab the source from SVN.
  2. Build and install an egg from this source.

Note: Requires Genshi >=0.5. If you have an earlier version, the latest development version should be installed automatically. If not, please install the latest version of Genshi.


Enabling TicketModifiedFilesPlugin

You have to explicitly enable the plugin. This is done in the [components] section of the configuration file conf/trac.ini, where you need to add:

ticketmodifiedfiles.* = enabled

Then reload/restart your webserver/tracd. That's it.


Bugs/Feature Requests

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


Author/Contributors

Author: Emilien Klein
Company: Rentalia.com


Extra

You can browse the source with Trac.


Recent Changes

[11457] by rjollos on 2012-04-08 00:27:06
Refs #8688: Modified Genshi transformer so that it can find a match in Trac 0.12 and inject the modified files link below the Change History, as it does in Trac 0.11. This change should preserve the functionality in Trac 0.11.
[9703] by rjollos on 2010-12-24 07:41:12
Moved 'Back to Ticket #X' link to the contextual navigation. Fixes #5486.
[9697] by e2jk on 2010-12-20 22:26:12
Changing the License to use a "plain BSD". This is done simultaneously with the change of maintainership. See ticket #8326.