Recently visited pages as navigational bread crumbs
Notice: This plugin is unmaintained and available for adoption.
This plugin will inject a list of recently visited pages just above the main navigational bar, as bread crumbs that you can follow home.
See also: ShowPathPlugin
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Download and Source
While the branch name suggests the corresponding Trac version,
0.11 should work equally well for Trac 0.11, 0.12 and Trac 1.0 (current stable).
|Under Development|| ||download||subversion|
For Subversion checkout use
svn co <url> with URL depending on your Trac version and target release (see links above).
This plugin requires Trac >= 0.11 and Genshi >= 0.5 .
The easiest way to install this plugin is to point easy_install at the t-h.o SVN repository:
Alternatively, you may download the source, go into the directory containing
setup.py and run:
python setup.py install
or prepare a packaged version and move that into the
plugin directory inside your Trac environment:
python setup.py bdist_egg cp ./dist/BreadCrumbsNav-<version> <path-to-trac-env>/plugins/
If you are using
tracd standalone server or another webserver, you will probably need to restart it to detect the plugin.
Depending on your configuration you may still need to enable the plugin explicitly. You can do so in the Administration panel of Trac, or in the
trac.ini file by adding:
[components] breadcrumbsnav.* = enabled
There are four options you may set in
- A regular expression pattern that can be applied to the name of the resource; if it matches the resource, it will not be added to the user's breadcrumbs. Defaults to nothing.
- A custom label to replace the implicit "Breadcrumbs:" default value. Beware that this will interfere with i18n, maybe even deprecated by it.
- The maximum number of crumbs that should be kept per-user. Defaults to 6.
A comma-separated list of regular expressions, one of which should match the beginning of the url to include the resource in the path. Defaults to
/wiki*,/ticket*,/milestone*Note that these really are interpreted as regular expressions, even though the default values look more like shell globs. It seems these default values also match /wik/foo or /tickebar, which might not be the authors intent.
These options can be set as follows in your
[breadcrumbs] ignore_pattern = label = max_crumbs = 6 paths = /wiki/,/ticket/,/milestone/