Changes between Version 34 and Version 35 of TimeVisualizerPlugin


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May 25, 2020, 10:09:39 PM (13 months ago)
Author:
figaro
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RFemove non-standard and duplicated links.

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  • TimeVisualizerPlugin

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    33= Render burndown images in svg format
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    5 '''Links:'''
    6 [query:status!=closed&component=TimeVisualizerPlugin&order=priority open tickets]
    7 | [/newticket?component=TimeVisualizerPlugin new ticket]
    8 | [/svn/timevisualizerplugin svn]
    9 | [browser:timevisualizerplugin browse code]
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    115== Description
     
    137This plugin creates customizable burndown graphs from the ticket history provided by TimingAndEstimationPlugin. Dynamic graphs can be easily embedded into Trac wiki pages.
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    15 To test graphs and filtering, access yopur project environment, such as the following: `http://server:port/path/to/trac/env/tractimevisualizer`. It will render the hours from the whole project's life cycle.
     9To test graphs and filtering, access your project environment, such as the following: `http://server:port/path/to/trac/env/tractimevisualizer`. It will render the hours from the whole project's life cycle and display the graph in svg format.
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    17 More practical is to get graphs from a certain time frame and filter the hours based on milestone and/or component. This is achieved with macro !BurnDown. I wrote this plugin to replace ScrumBurndownPlugin, because its graphing capabilities were limited and it modifies the database schema.
     11More practical is to get graphs from a certain time frame and filter the hours based on milestone and/or component. This is achieved with macro !BurnDown. This plugin replaces ScrumBurndownPlugin, because its graphing capabilities are limited and it modifies the database schema.
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    1913In my example project, I have a wiki page with following content: