wiki:TaskjugglerPlugin

Version 10 (modified by anonymous, 7 years ago) (diff)

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Trac2Taskjuggler

Description

Export data from Trac to Taskjuggler to get a real management tool and planification. You can group your task by milestone and MacroTask.

Bugs/Feature Requests

Existing bugs and feature requests for TaskjugglerPlugin are here.

If you have any issues, create a new ticket.

Requirement

  • see the README File in the zip
  • To have some knowledges of Taskjuggler a very complete manual is available here
  • You will need to have
    • some special custom fields
    • unfortnatly I'm not a Python dev so I wrote in PHP requirement for it are : php_pdo_sqlite.so available for php 5.1.2

Download

Download the zipped source from [download:taskjugglerplugin here] Attachment 3.

Source

You can check out TaskjugglerPlugin from here using Subversion, or browse the source with Trac.

Installation

  1. Create new custom fields
    [ticket-custom]
    macro_task=select
    macro_task.label=Macro Task
    macro_task.options=MacroTask 1| MacroTask2 #change <- by your macro Task
    macro_task.order=0
    
    estimatedhours = text
    estimatedhours.label = Plan 
    estimatedhours.value = 0
    estimatedhours.order = 2
    
    hours = text
    hours.label = Add Days
    hours.value = 0
    hours.order = 3
    
    estimatedfinal = text
    estimatedfinal.label = Actual
    estimatedfinal.value = 0
    estimatedfinal.order=4
    
    totalhours = text
    totalhours.label = Nb days worked
    totalhours.value = 0
    totalhours.order = 5
    
    daysworked = textarea
    daysworked.label = days worked
    daysworked.cols = 23
    daysworked.rows = 6
    daysworked.order=6
    
  2. change the 2 settings on top of trac2TaskJuggler.php
    PDO('sqlite:/home/intranet/intra/t3_trac/db/trac.db'); <- set your config
    
  3. updload on trac2TaskJuggler.php to your server
  4. edit trac.tjp for setting first_milestone macro AND as you want vacation, working hours
  5. you can use your show_planning.sh to retrieve automaticly your data
  6. the days worked area field will be set by the project manager or by the developper as explained here http://www.taskjuggler.org/manual-2.3.1/attribute_classes.html#TYPE_DATEINTERVAL one interval per line
  7. you can add this js script into site_header.cs template to deliver information see screenshots
    <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
    function AddEventListener( elem, evt, func, capture){
        capture = capture || false;
        if(elem.addEventListener) elem.addEventListener( evt, func, capture);
        else elem.attachEvent('on'+evt, func);
        return func;
    };
    add_legend = function(){
        var x = document.getElementById('daysworked');
        if(x){
          var p = x.parentNode;
          var n = document.createElement('div')
          n.style.float="left";
          n.innerHTML="Valeurs possibles : <ul><li>yyyy-mm-dd</li><li>yyyy-mm-dd - yyyy-mm-dd &nbsp;&nbsp;<u>/!\\</u> la 2ème valeur n'est pas inclus dans le calcul</li><li>yyyy-mm-dd +?d&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <u>/!\\</u> ? doit être remplacés par le nb de jour</li></ul>" ;
          p.appendChild(n);
        }
    }
    AddEventListener(window, 'load', add_legend)
    </script>
    

Screenshots

  • see attachments
  • see here from tasjugler.org

Example

./show_planning.sh

Recent Changes

2077 by mdelorme on 2007-03-05 17:39:16
New hack TaskjugglerPlugin, created by mdelorme
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Author/Contributors

Author: mdelorme
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Attachments (3)

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