Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of EditFilesPlugin


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Timestamp:
Dec 23, 2016, 7:38:32 PM (3 years ago)
Author:
figaro
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Moved example to functional description

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  • EditFilesPlugin

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    3 = Edit Files Plugin
     3= Edit files from within Trac
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    55== Description
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    7 A plugin that allows TRAC_ADMIN to edit files on the Trac server. Files can be specified in the configuration file. Paths may be absolute, or relative to the Trac environment. The user running the server must have appropriate permissions for the files in order to view or save them. 
     7This is a plugin that allows Trac administrators (`TRAC_ADMIN`) to edit files on the Trac server. The editable files can be specified in the configuration file. Paths may be absolute, or relative to the Trac environment. The user running the server must have appropriate permissions for the files in order to view or save them. 
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     9Sample `trac.ini` file with the editable files listed in the custom `[edit_file]` section:
     10{{{#!ini
     11[edit_file]
     12files = conf/trac.ini, /home/matt/public_html/notebook/TRACI/auth.db
     13}}}
     14
     15'''Note''': Relative paths will be computed relative to the location of `trac.ini`. Most Trac instances are laid out with folders like `conf/`, `db/`, `htdocs/` and so on. If your `trac.ini` file is in an odd place, this may not work the way you expect and you might want to use absolute paths instead.
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    917== Bugs/Feature Requests
     
    2937General instructions on installing Trac plugins can be found on the [TracPlugins#InstallingaTracplugin TracPlugins] page.
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    31 == Example
    32 
    33 {{{#!ini
    34 [edit_file]
    35 files = conf/trac.ini, /home/matt/public_html/notebook/TRACI/auth.db
    36 }}}
    37 
    38 '''Note''': relative paths will be computed relative to the location of `trac.ini`. Most Trac instances are laid out with folders like conf/, db/, htdocs/, and so on. If your `trac.ini` file is in an odd place, this may not work the way you expect and you might want to be sure and use absolute paths.
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    4039== Recent Changes
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