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Table of Contents
- 28th Oct 2009
Features in Planning
- Allow users to use wildcards in wiki/ticket add input field, e.g. "Trac*" should add all wikis starting with Trac.
- "Delete Wiki/Ticket" input field on watchlist.
- User specific settings with settings on watchlist page:
- Redirect setting (Go to watchlist or to watched page?)
- Notification settings (auto-notify-on etc.)
- Maybe control over watchlist table content.
Watchlist for Wikis and Tickets
This plug-in adds a watchlist for wikis and tickets. Every logged-in user can watch any wikis and ticket and later unwatch it. The watchlist is provided under [/projectname]/watchlist which is added to the main navigation bar as soon the user watches something.
To insert a watchlist style table into wikis use the ListOfWikiPagesMacro.
A special ticket report which only shows watched tickets is also provided.
A normal check-out is done using:
svn co http://trac-hacks.org/svn/watchlistplugin/0.11 watchlistplugin
To export the sources replace the above co with export.
This package can be installed using the following commands. The easy_install program is provided by the python setuptools (e.g. python-setuptools package in Ubuntu). See also TracPlugins.
Enable the plugin in the trac.ini config file (or over WebAdminPlugin):
[components] tracwatchlist.* = enabled
Then update your Trac database using:
trac-admin /path/to/trac/environment upgrade
Using it together with the AnnouncerPlugin
If the AnnouncerPlugin is used to receive change notifications the watchlist allows the user to easily change the notification setting of watched wikis and tickets. If this feature (#4744) is enabled an extra column appears in the watchlist which informs the user about the current setting (On/Off) and allow him/her to change it. Watching and notifications can be independent, i.e. users can have themselves notified about changes of a wiki which is not on their watchlist or vice versa, but can also be linked together as shown below.
[announcer] # Rename announcers context navigation items (empty list removes them): ctxtnav_names = [watchlist] notifications = true display_notify_navitems = true
To enable notifications by default for all entries in the watchlist (see #6052) also add:
# still in [watchlist] notify_by_default = true
The following config file options are currently supported. Per-user configuration settings will be implemented soon. The (legacy) default settings are shown.
[watchlist] notifications = false # Notification support on/off, see above notify_by_default = false # Enable notifications about all watchlist entries, see above display_notify_navitems = false # Display own notification menu items display_notify_column = true # Display notification column in watchlist tables stay_at_resource = false # Stay at wiki or ticket page after watch/unwatch etc., otherwise go to watchlist page show_messages_on_resource_page = true # If stay_at_resource is true show action messages on resource page show_messages_on_watchlist_page = true # If stay_at_resource is false show action messages on watchlist page show_messages_while_on_watchlist_page = true # Show messages about changes done on the watchlist page
A ticket report can be added to list all watched tickets of the current user. This is not done automatically at the moment. However, the needed SQL code for a manual installation can be taken from the this file.
Browse any wiki or ticket and click Watch in the context navigation bar. To unwatch a wiki or ticket browse to it and click Unwatch in the context navigation bar or click the corresponding Unwatch link in the watchlist.
In order to see the watchlist click on the Watchlist button on the main navigation bar. This button will only be displayed for logged in users. The watchlist will be displayed under the location /watchlist. Therefore it can be linked to from a wiki page using [/watchlist].
Navigation bar items for a unwatched wiki page:
Watchlist under [/watchlist]:
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.