|Version 151 (modified by 4 years ago) (diff),|
The permission schema has been modified to give users additional permissions:
- Anonymous users can modify ticket properties (
- Authenticated users can delete their own attachments.
- Authenticated users can modify the description of tickets they report.
- Project maintainers can modify the ticket description, cc list and edit comments by others, for tickets associated with their projects.
- Project maintainers can delete attachments on their project wiki page and for tickets associated with their projects.
The site is now running Trac 1.2. Trac 1.2 is the latest stable release at the time of this writing, and we'll aim to keep trac-hacks.org on the latest release of Trac going forward.
There was a small amount of downtime related to the upgrade which will be avoided in the future through improved configuration management.
Due to a regression in Trac 1.0.7, attempts to login to the site with a username containing special characters such as
- will result in an error. The issue is captured in trac:#12129 and should be resolved with a new Trac release this week.
trac-hacks.org is now configured to serve all traffic over HTTPS. You likely won't notice any change, HTTP URLs will redirect to HTTPS.
Your Subversion working copies will need to be relocated if checked-out over HTTP. In that case an error like the following will be seen:
svn: E175011: Repository moved permanently to 'https://trac-hacks.org/svn/fullblogplugin'; please relocate
The working copy can be fixed using
$ svn relocate http:// https://
For Subversion < 1.8, you'll need to use
svn switch --relocate instead.
Welcome to Trac Hacks
How to Contribute
I've tried to make this as simple as possible:
- Register? a user name then login? (requires cookies).
- Fill out the NewHack form.
- Verify all the details for your new page are correct.
- Commit your code to the provided Subversion URL
(alternatively you can simply attach your hack to your Wiki page, ala MacroBazaar, but remember that you can't delete or replace attachments)
- Have a look at TracHackDevelopment.
- Consider subscribing to the trac-hacks mailing list.
The TracHacks page contains more information, contact details, bug reports, enhancements, suggestions, etc.
I host my own hack elsewhere
Feel free to create a stub page here with a short description and links to your own hack. Please stick to the page naming convention, by appending the hack type (eg. GanttPlugin)
eg. The DoStuff macro would become the page
How to Adopt Unmaintained Hacks
How do I install these things?
Refer to the Trac plugin documentation and the MacroBazaar for details on how to build and install plugins and macros, respectively. For other types please refer to the page of the hack you are installing for instructions.
Have a look at the RequestaHack page for features that people request.
Macros are simple enhancements to Trac's Wiki engine. Examples include SubWiki, TOC, FootNote, etc.
Modifications to the Trac source in the form of patches. This can include simple changes to templates, patches to the Python code,etc.
Refer to the Trac documentation for installation instructions.
Scripts that enhance the functionality of Trac. This could include things like wrappers around creation of Subversion and Trac projects, post-commit hooks, etc.
Themes are modifications to the visual layout and style of Trac. They can be anything from just CSS changes, to full templates with additional images and styles.
The TracWorkflow is customizable. Here are some you might find useful:
Feedback and Suggestions
Please consider subscribing to the th-users mailing list.
The list is meant for discussion about trac-hacks.org, i.e. the services that are provided here for the Trac community. Use it to suggest new features, discuss ways to improve the website, report issues that you come across, stuff like this. Any feedback is highly appreciated.
Please note however that th-users is not meant for support requests for any of the plugins provided on trac-hacks.org by their authors. These should still be directed to the trac-users mailing list instead.
We have defined some shortcuts for commonly used links, such as
trac-ticket:ticket. See InterMapTxt for a complete list.
Adhering to the principle that one should
eat one's own dog food,
the following hacks are used on TracHacks:
AccountManagerPlugin, AcronymsPlugin, AutoWikifyPlugin, ChangeLogMacro, EmailProcessorMacro, FootNoteMacro, FullBlogPlugin, IncludeMacro, IniAdminPlugin, NewHackMacro, NewsFlashMacro, PollMacro, SpamFilterPlugin, SvnAuthzAdminPlugin, TagsPlugin, TocMacro, TracHacksPlugin, TracRedirect, VotePlugin, and XmlRpcPlugin.
The tag cloud is a visual representation of tag frequency, similar to a histogram.
I'm linking to the tag index? to reduce system load.