WSGI hacks for Trac
- Provides a Paste application entry point with some configuration options to run Trac
- Allows to hook other WSGI apps into trac URL space, re-using trac.ini for PasteDeploy configuration
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
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Run trac with Paste
To run Trac with Paste, put into a PasteDeploy script:
[app:main] use = egg:WSGITrac#trac path = /path/to/your/trac/env
To serve all projects from /path/to/trac/env/parent via HTTPS use:
[app:projects] use = egg:WSGITrac#tracs path = /path/to/trac/env/parent secure = true
NOTE: REMOTE_USER should be set BEFORE calling WSGITrac. WIKI_VIEW permission is needed to list the project in the index.
Run WSGI webapps inside Trac
To run 'myapp' on http://example.com/trac/something and 'thirdapp' on /trac/foobar, put into your trac.ini file:
[webapps] something = myapp foobar = config:/path/to/some/paste.ini#thirdapp [app:myapp] use = egg:YourEgg#yourapp
Add to your trac.ini the following:
[app:main] use = egg:WSGITrac#trac path = %(here)s/.. [server:main] use = egg:PasteScript#wsgiutils host = 127.0.0.1 port = 8080 [webapps] foobar = egg:FooBar#foobar
Now you can run trac with whatever WSGI server you have (this example uses WSGIUtil server) by issuing:
$ paster serve /path/to/your/trac.ini
-  by rjollos on 2012-05-31 17:02:40
Refs #3966: Part of  - Replaced calls to _open_environment with open_environment.
-  by rjollos on 2012-05-30 21:48:27
Refs #3966: Fixed incorrect package import (trac.web.main._open_environment existed in Trac 0.10, but does not exist in 0.11).
-  by martinpaljak on 2007-06-20 17:40:32