|Version 12 (modified by fermulator, 8 years ago) (diff)|
Add support for ticket dependencies to Trac
What is it?
This plugin adds "blocks" and "blocked by" fields to each ticket, enabling you to express dependencies between tickets. It also provides a GraphvizPlugin-based dependency-graph feature for those tickets having dependencies specified, allowing you to visually understand the dependency tree.
This plugin works well on Trac 0.11.
What is it not?
- It is NOT a plugin for Trac 0.10, as explained below.
- It does not provide ticket-hiding for sub-tasks of a top-level ticket.
- There is no parent/child relationship possible
- You cannot view the descriptions of tickets depending on the current ticket
- In fact, there are no explicit features that can assist you with sub-task management
- Although it would be cool.
- It does not allow you to create a dependent ticket from the current ticket
- It does not include reporting features to show how tasks are interrelated (other than the dependency graph already described above).
NOTE: The 0.10 version of this plugin suffers from many systemic design flaws. The 0.11 version has been re-written from the ground up to avoid these, however I do not currently have the time to invest in a backport. Please do not file tickets against the 0.10 version, as I will close all of them as wontfix.
NOTE 2 The 0.11 version requires a version of Genshi >=0.5.
NOTE 3 People seem to be misunderstanding this, so I will repeat it. DO NOT USE THE 0.10 VERSION, IT IS BROKEN.
Just put the ticket numbers that a given ticket is blocking in the Blocking field. Enter just the number, no leading #. Separate multiple numbers with commas.
Make sure you add the custom fields as shown below.
You need to install graphviz to use the dependency graphs.
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Download the zipped source from [download:masterticketsplugin here].
[components] mastertickets.* = enabled [ticket-custom] blocking = text blocking.label = Blocking blockedby = text blockedby.label = Blocked By