Peter von Kaenel | 12 Jan 14:22 2009

[Trac] OpenWorkbench Gantt

 

Hi,

 

I’m a new Trac user, and I’ve also just started using OpenWorkbench as a MS Project replacement.  Does anyone know of a way to present OpenWorkbench Gantt charts on a Trac page?  I am able to print OpenWorkbench to the MS XPS Document Writer which outputs an XPS file which can then be opened in a web browser.  Is there a way to use that file within Trac?

 

Thanks,

Peter

 

 

 


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Olemis Lang | 12 Jan 16:53 2009
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[Trac] Announcing new extensions to this list ?


Hello ... as you can see my name is Olemis Lang. I am a
developper most of the time ... and Trac is one of the best tools
I've seen so far ... tons of great code (specially after adopting
Genshi templates ;) ... IMHO.

Considering that, I would like to ask two questions about posting to
this list ...

- Firstly, I would like to tell trac users about the *new* (this means
  no versioning or anything like that ...) extensions implemented by
  myself (as long as they come to light in a near future ;) so I would
  like to know if this is the right place to post such announcements
  (a brief speech ;) and redirect users to a more informative page.

- Secondly, I would like to know whether I can reference this list
  in the site where I host the Trac extensions [1]_ I'm working on,
  so that users come here and you know ... use this list to get
  some support or give some feedback, or debate about something like
  implementation details, doubts ... things like that

... well ... you know, I'll be around ...

Thanks for your time ...

... and thanks to the Trac team and other Trac developpers ... for
writing and maintaining such a great PMS ... day after day ... :)

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bardy | 12 Jan 18:02 2009
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[Trac] Re: use full name instead of user id


2009/1/13 Jeff Hammel <jhammel@...>:
>
> You might try the AutocompleteUsersPlugin which will at least allows tab completion of full names. 
And/or require your users to have ids which are some mapping of full names.

it almost works.

how about full name in Timeline ?

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Jeff Hammel | 12 Jan 18:56 2009

[Trac] Re: Announcing new extensions to this list ?


I'd be +1 on a plugins-announce list.  Dunno if this list is right for it or not.  Every once in awhile I'll be
perusing trac-hacks and notice a new extension and wonder "when did this get here?"

I'm also +1 for anything that increases plugin exposure and organization in general, but will opt out of
general suggestions (for now).

Jeff Hammel
IRC: jhammel, k0s

On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 10:53:42AM -0500, Olemis Lang wrote:
> 
> Hello ... as you can see my name is Olemis Lang. I am a
> developper most of the time ... and Trac is one of the best tools
> I've seen so far ... tons of great code (specially after adopting
> Genshi templates ;) ... IMHO.
> 
> Considering that, I would like to ask two questions about posting to
> this list ...
> 
> - Firstly, I would like to tell trac users about the *new* (this means
>   no versioning or anything like that ...) extensions implemented by
>   myself (as long as they come to light in a near future ;) so I would
>   like to know if this is the right place to post such announcements
>   (a brief speech ;) and redirect users to a more informative page.
> 
> - Secondly, I would like to know whether I can reference this list
>   in the site where I host the Trac extensions [1]_ I'm working on,
>   so that users come here and you know ... use this list to get
>   some support or give some feedback, or debate about something like
>   implementation details, doubts ... things like that
> 
> ... well ... you know, I'll be around ...
> 
> Thanks for your time ...
> 
> ... and thanks to the Trac team and other Trac developpers ... for
> writing and maintaining such a great PMS ... day after day ... :)
> 
> -- 
> Regards,
> 
> Olemis.
> 
> Blog ES: http://simelo-es.blogspot.com/
> Blog EN: http://simelo-en.blogspot.com/
> 
> Featured article:
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> 
> > 

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Noah Kantrowitz | 12 Jan 19:02 2009
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[Trac] Re: Announcing new extensions to this list ?


On Jan 12, 2009, at 7:53 AM, Olemis Lang wrote:

>
> Hello ... as you can see my name is Olemis Lang. I am a
> developper most of the time ... and Trac is one of the best tools
> I've seen so far ... tons of great code (specially after adopting
> Genshi templates ;) ... IMHO.
>
> Considering that, I would like to ask two questions about posting to
> this list ...
>
> - Firstly, I would like to tell trac users about the *new* (this means
>  no versioning or anything like that ...) extensions implemented by
>  myself (as long as they come to light in a near future ;) so I would
>  like to know if this is the right place to post such announcements
>  (a brief speech ;) and redirect users to a more informative page.
>
> - Secondly, I would like to know whether I can reference this list
>  in the site where I host the Trac extensions [1]_ I'm working on,
>  so that users come here and you know ... use this list to get
>  some support or give some feedback, or debate about something like
>  implementation details, doubts ... things like that
>
> ... well ... you know, I'll be around ...
>
> Thanks for your time ...
>
> ... and thanks to the Trac team and other Trac developpers ... for
> writing and maintaining such a great PMS ... day after day ... :)
>

I've thought about this before, but two major problems
1) Most plugins are crap
2) It is probably better served by an RSS feed from PyPI.

--Noah

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Noah Kantrowitz | 12 Jan 19:03 2009
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[Trac] Re: change the initial status from "new" to other language


You can just change the label to be in your language but leave the  
state name alone.

--Noah

On Jan 12, 2009, at 5:34 AM, bardy wrote:

>
> and the "closed" status.
>
> how ?
>
> It seems the New and Closed status are hard coded.
> and other status can be changed into any language in custom workflow.
>
> so, to completely change all status to other language,
> we must change the hard coded New and Closed status.
>
> I'm new here and I don't know if this is easy.
>
> >

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Olemis Lang | 12 Jan 19:57 2009
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[Trac] Re: Announcing new extensions to this list ?


On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 1:02 PM, Noah Kantrowitz <noah@...> wrote:
>
> I've thought about this before, but two major problems
> 1) Most plugins are crap

Well ... perhaps announcing them could also be an opportunity so that
others know what's the plugin about and can contribute with patches,
code, test cases, requests, ... especially if someone really needs the
functionality ;)

> 2) It is probably better served by an RSS feed from PyPI.
>

I am also suscribed to PyPI ... however the fact is that PyPI is about
Trac, but also about many other things.

Workaround : Filter PyPI feed and create «a new one» restricted to all
those packages in Trac category.

However ... I've seen nothing like that in PyPI site (filter RSS by
category) ...

Besides a mail list might also provide some feedback from users ...
and not necessarily related to tickets ... ;)

=======

BTW ... what about the second question ? i.e.

> - Secondly, I would like to know whether I can reference this list
>  in the site where I host the Trac extensions [1]_ I'm working on,
>  so that users come here and you know ... use this list to get
>  some support or give some feedback, or debate about something like
>  implementation details, doubts ... things like that

Thnx ...

.. [1] https://opensvn.csie.org/traccgi/swlcu/

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Tim Black | 12 Jan 19:16 2009

[Trac] Upgrade "lost" tickets & milestones

I had Trac 0.10 installed, then installed Trac 0.11.2.1, then ran trac-admin . upgrade and trac-admin . wiki upgrade in the associated Trac environments, and the upgrade seems to have mostly worked.

But, there's a problem.

Before running the upgrade, my Trac installation displayed 7 milestones and 337 tickets, and SQLite Database Browser confirms those figures match what is in the database.

After running trac-admin . upgrade & trac-admin . wiki upgrade, SQLite Database Browser still lists 7 milestones and 337 tickets, so that's good, but the reports in my Trac installation itself DISPLAY only 5 milestones & 101 tickets, and that's very bad.  The tickets associated with the missing milestones are the missing tickets.

How can I keep the upgrade from eating my milestones & tickets?  Has there been a change in how the default reports display the existing milestones & tickets?  I read this thread but don't know how to modify my reports to match the database schema changes made in the upgrade--is there any guide for how to do this?

Thanks for your help.

Tim Black


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Tim Black | 12 Jan 19:43 2009

[Trac] Re: Upgrade "lost" tickets & milestones

Never mind my post below; it appears I mistakenly overwrote my trac.db with an older copy of it, and that is the reason for the missing tickets and milestones.

Tim

Tim Black wrote:
I had Trac 0.10 installed, then installed Trac 0.11.2.1, then ran trac-admin . upgrade and trac-admin . wiki upgrade in the associated Trac environments, and the upgrade seems to have mostly worked.

But, there's a problem.

Before running the upgrade, my Trac installation displayed 7 milestones and 337 tickets, and SQLite Database Browser confirms those figures match what is in the database.

After running trac-admin . upgrade & trac-admin . wiki upgrade, SQLite Database Browser still lists 7 milestones and 337 tickets, so that's good, but the reports in my Trac installation itself DISPLAY only 5 milestones & 101 tickets, and that's very bad.  The tickets associated with the missing milestones are the missing tickets.

How can I keep the upgrade from eating my milestones & tickets?  Has there been a change in how the default reports display the existing milestones & tickets?  I read this thread but don't know how to modify my reports to match the database schema changes made in the upgrade--is there any guide for how to do this?

Thanks for your help.

Tim Black

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rupert thurner | 12 Jan 23:06 2009
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[Trac] absolute path in URL not upward compatible from 0.10 to 0.11 ?


hi,

we use a trac site using instances holding together with parentenv.
the urls are of the kind:

  http://server.com/projects/inst1
  http://server.com/projects/inst2

currently our people use [/projects/inst2 got to inst2] as link for
the other instance, but with trac-0.11 this seems to be
http://server.com/projects/inst1/projects/inst2 ?

is there anything we could configure to make it upwards compatible?

rupert.

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