Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of GrowlPlugin


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Timestamp:
Dec 20, 2016, 9:30:13 AM (4 years ago)
Author:
figaro
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Further cosmetic changes

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  • GrowlPlugin

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    55== Description
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    7 This plugin dispatches change events that occur in a Trac project to Growl-enabled clients.
     7This plugin dispatches change events that occur in a Trac project to Growl-enabled clients. [http://growl.info/about.php Growl] is a notification system for Mac OS X: it allows applications that support Growl to send you notifications on events in Trac, such as ticket changes and build changes.
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    9 [http://growl.info/about.php Growl] is a notification system for Mac OS X: it allows applications that support Growl to send you notifications.
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    11 This plugin uses remote notifications, using the local network. The server may run on any OS, such as Linux, OS X, Windows or virtually any other OS that supports Trac.
     9This plugin uses remote notifications, using the local network. The server may run on any operating system, such as Linux, OS X, Windows or virtually any other operating system that supports Trac.
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    1311The plugin does not rely on any third party libraries: no Growl SDK or library is required on the Trac server.
     
    5856== Configuration
    5957
    60 The growl plugin can be configured with the help of the following settings:
     58The growl plugin can be configured with the help of the following settings in your `trac.ini` file:
    6159{{{#!ini
    6260[growl]
     
    6765
    6866Settings:
    69  * `sources` is a comma-separated list of source events.
     67 * `sources` is a comma-separated list of source events:
    7068   * `wiki` for wiki events
    7169   * `ticket` for ticket events
     
    7674 * `userprefs` is a boolean option to allow per-user notification settings.
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    78 When enabled, any user who's been granted the `GROWL_MODIFY` permission may select which notifications he wishes to receive, and the destination host which the notifications should be sent to.
     76When enabled, any user who's been granted the `GROWL_MODIFY` permission may select which notifications (s)he wishes to receive, and the destination host which the notifications should be sent to.
    7977
    8078=== Permissions
    8179
    8280The plugin defines two new permissions:
    83  * `GROWL_MODIFY` permission allows a user to change the notification settings through the Growl plugin perference panel, and choose the destination host for the notifications.
    84  * `GROWL_ADMIN` gives the same priviledges as `GROWL_MODIFY`, and allows the administrator to broadcast notfications to a sub network. To broadcast notifications, the administrator should use the special '<broadcast>` host.
     81 * `GROWL_MODIFY` permission allows a user to change the notification settings through the Growl plugin preference panel, and choose the destination host for the notifications.
     82 * `GROWL_ADMIN` gives the same privileges as `GROWL_MODIFY`, and allows the administrator to broadcast notifications to a sub network. To broadcast notifications, the administrator should use the special '<broadcast>` host.
    8583
    8684=== Warnings
     
    10199When a user is granted the `GROWL_MODIFY` permission, the Growl plugin preference panel appears under the user preferences view:
    102100
    103 [[Image(growl-userpref-panel.png)]]
     101[[Image(growl-userpref-panel.png, border=2)]]
    104102
    105103A user which is granted the `GROWL_ADMIN` permission may select the `<broadcast>` special host address to broadcast notifications to all the hosts on the subnet.