Changes between Version 47 and Version 48 of TracLegosScript


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Feb 1, 2018, 8:21:36 PM (22 months ago)
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figaro
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  • TracLegosScript

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    2222See also: AdminToolkitScript
    23 
    24 == Bugs/Feature Requests
    25 
    26 This is experimental software, so feedback and feature requests are greatly appreciated.
    27 
    28 Existing bugs and feature requests for TracLegosScript are
    29 [report:9?COMPONENT=TracLegosScript here].
    30 
    31 If you have any issues, create a
    32 [/newticket?component=TracLegosScript new ticket].
    33 
    34 [[TicketQuery(component=TracLegosScript&group=type,format=progress)]]
    35 
    36 == Download
    37 
    38 Download the zipped source from [export:traclegosscript here].
    39 
    40 == Source
    41 
    42 Check out [/svn/traclegosscript/anyrelease using Subversion], or [source:traclegosscript/anyrelease browse the source] with Trac.
    43 
    44 == Installation
    45 
    46 Installation is done in typical Python manner: once you have downloaded the source, run {{{python setup.py install}}} for installation into Python's site packages or {{{python setup.py develop}}} to install with editable source.
    47 
    48 === Example Template
    49 
    50 TracLegosScript also comes with an existing template: source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/example/oss, which is an example of the kind of template used at [http://topp.openplans.org/ The Open Planning Project] for open source software projects. To install this template, run {{{python setup.py install}}} or {{{python setup.py develop}}} from this directory. This [http://pythonpaste.org/script/developer.html#templates PasteScript template] can be seen in the output of `paster create --list-templates`:
    51 
    52 {{{
    53 (TracLegos)> paster create --list-templates
    54 Available templates:
    55   basic_package:      A basic setuptools-enabled package
    56   paste_deploy:       A web application deployed through paste.deploy
    57   oss_project:        Open Source Software project trac template
    58   trac_project:       templatize configuration for a trac project
    59 }}}
    60 
    61 === Turning an Existing {{{trac.ini}}} File into a Template
    62 
    63 The last project shown in the templates listed by `paster create --list-templates`, [source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/traclegos/project.py trac_project], is a template designed to turn an existing [http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracIni trac.ini] configuration file into a [source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/traclegos/project.py TracProject] template that can be used by TracLegosScript for project creation. To turn an existing configuration `trac.ini` into a [source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/traclegos/project.py TracProject] template, run:
    64 
    65 {{{
    66 paster create -t trac_project yourproject
    67 }}}
    68 
    69 This will output a directory structure
    70 
    71 {{{
    72 yourproject/
    73 |-- setup.py
    74 |-- yourproject
    75 |   |-- __init__.py
    76 |   |-- project.py
    77 |   `-- template
    78 |       `-- conf
    79 |           `-- trac.ini
    80 `-- yourproject.egg-info
    81 }}}
    82 
    83 To customize the template, edit `yourproject/yourproject/template/conf/trac.ini`. [http://pythonpaste.org/script PasteScript] template variables can be denoted and `pre` and `post` template writing setup can be done by customizing `yourproject/yourproject/project.py`.
    84 
    85 === Setup of [http://pythonpaste.org/webob/ WebOb] View for Project Creation
    86 
    87 !TracLegos includes a [http://pythonpaste.org paste] webapp that serves existing projects (delegating to Trac) and also allows creating new projects. To use this view, you must have at least one template installed, so first install the example template as described above. Once the {{{topp_trac_template}}} (or any other template) is installed, you should be all set to run the webapp by running {{{paster serve development.ini}}} from the top-level directory of your copy of the !TracLegos source (source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/development.ini).
    88 
    89 Point your browser at http://127.0.0.1:8080 and you should be all set with a bare-bones web-based Trac project creator.
    90 
    91 == Configuration
    92 
    93 !TracLegos is designed so that site-specific configuration does not need to (and really shouldn't) live in the templates but can live in its own {{{.ini}}} file. The advantages of this is that templates from XYZcorp can be shared with ABCcorp without modification but that a policy for Trac project creation can be effectively enforced as well as having the convenience of domain-specific variables by using a site configuration {{{.ini}}} file (or files). See TracLegosTemplates for a fuller explanation of how multiple templates can be used to factor out site-specific configuration.
    94 
    95 Variables are currently supported in a site configuration file. See source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/example/site_example.ini for the format of this file. Using the command line, site configuration {{{.ini}}} files are specified with the `-c` option:
    96 
    97 {{{#!sh
    98 create-trac-project -c example/site_example.ini ...
    99 }}}
    100 
    101 Configuration files may also be specified for the web front-end. To use this, add the following option to the {{{.ini}}} file specified for `paster serve`:
    102 
    103 {{{#!sh
    104 traclegos.conf = /path/to/site_example.ini, /path/to/myorganization.ini
    105 }}}
    106 
    107 == !TracLegos Components
    108 
    109 !TracLegos is designed to be configurable and extensible. Here are the components that make that possible:
    110  * TracLegosTemplates : the process by which !TracLegos transforms templates into Trac projects
    111  * TracLegosConfiguration : how to control what !TracLegos does
    112 
    113 == Examples
    11423
    11524=== Example of through the web project creation
     
    199108}}}
    200109
     110== Bugs/Feature Requests
     111
     112This is experimental software, so feedback and feature requests are greatly appreciated.
     113
     114Existing bugs and feature requests for TracLegosScript are
     115[report:9?COMPONENT=TracLegosScript here].
     116
     117If you have any issues, create a
     118[/newticket?component=TracLegosScript new ticket].
     119
     120[[TicketQuery(component=TracLegosScript&group=type,format=progress)]]
     121
     122== Download
     123
     124Download the zipped source from [export:traclegosscript here].
     125
     126== Source
     127
     128Check out [/svn/traclegosscript/anyrelease using Subversion], or [source:traclegosscript/anyrelease browse the source] with Trac.
     129
     130== Installation
     131
     132Installation is done in typical Python manner: once you have downloaded the source, run {{{python setup.py install}}} for installation into Python's site packages or {{{python setup.py develop}}} to install with editable source.
     133
     134=== Example Template
     135
     136TracLegosScript also comes with an existing template: source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/example/oss, which is an example of the kind of template used at [http://topp.openplans.org/ The Open Planning Project] for open source software projects. To install this template, run {{{python setup.py install}}} or {{{python setup.py develop}}} from this directory. This [http://pythonpaste.org/script/developer.html#templates PasteScript template] can be seen in the output of `paster create --list-templates`:
     137
     138{{{
     139(TracLegos)> paster create --list-templates
     140Available templates:
     141  basic_package:      A basic setuptools-enabled package
     142  paste_deploy:       A web application deployed through paste.deploy
     143  oss_project:        Open Source Software project trac template
     144  trac_project:       templatize configuration for a trac project
     145}}}
     146
     147=== Turning an Existing {{{trac.ini}}} File into a Template
     148
     149The last project shown in the templates listed by `paster create --list-templates`, [source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/traclegos/project.py trac_project], is a template designed to turn an existing [http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracIni trac.ini] configuration file into a [source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/traclegos/project.py TracProject] template that can be used by TracLegosScript for project creation. To turn an existing configuration `trac.ini` into a [source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/traclegos/project.py TracProject] template, run:
     150
     151{{{
     152paster create -t trac_project yourproject
     153}}}
     154
     155This will output a directory structure
     156
     157{{{
     158yourproject/
     159|-- setup.py
     160|-- yourproject
     161|   |-- __init__.py
     162|   |-- project.py
     163|   `-- template
     164|       `-- conf
     165|           `-- trac.ini
     166`-- yourproject.egg-info
     167}}}
     168
     169To customize the template, edit `yourproject/yourproject/template/conf/trac.ini`. [http://pythonpaste.org/script PasteScript] template variables can be denoted and `pre` and `post` template writing setup can be done by customizing `yourproject/yourproject/project.py`.
     170
     171=== Setup of [http://pythonpaste.org/webob/ WebOb] View for Project Creation
     172
     173!TracLegos includes a [http://pythonpaste.org paste] webapp that serves existing projects (delegating to Trac) and also allows creating new projects. To use this view, you must have at least one template installed, so first install the example template as described above. Once the {{{topp_trac_template}}} (or any other template) is installed, you should be all set to run the webapp by running {{{paster serve development.ini}}} from the top-level directory of your copy of the !TracLegos source (source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/development.ini).
     174
     175Point your browser at http://127.0.0.1:8080 and you should be all set with a bare-bones web-based Trac project creator.
     176
     177== Configuration
     178
     179!TracLegos is designed so that site-specific configuration does not need to (and really shouldn't) live in the templates but can live in its own {{{.ini}}} file. The advantages of this is that templates from XYZcorp can be shared with ABCcorp without modification but that a policy for Trac project creation can be effectively enforced as well as having the convenience of domain-specific variables by using a site configuration {{{.ini}}} file (or files). See TracLegosTemplates for a fuller explanation of how multiple templates can be used to factor out site-specific configuration.
     180
     181Variables are currently supported in a site configuration file. See source:traclegosscript/anyrelease/example/site_example.ini for the format of this file. Using the command line, site configuration {{{.ini}}} files are specified with the `-c` option:
     182
     183{{{#!sh
     184create-trac-project -c example/site_example.ini ...
     185}}}
     186
     187Configuration files may also be specified for the web front-end. To use this, add the following option to the {{{.ini}}} file specified for `paster serve`:
     188
     189{{{#!sh
     190traclegos.conf = /path/to/site_example.ini, /path/to/myorganization.ini
     191}}}
     192
     193== !TracLegos Components
     194
     195!TracLegos is designed to be configurable and extensible. Here are the components that make that possible:
     196 * TracLegosTemplates : the process by which !TracLegos transforms templates into Trac projects
     197 * TracLegosConfiguration : how to control what !TracLegos does
     198
    201199== Recent Changes
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