Michael Renzmann | 1 Apr 09:28 2009
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[Trac] Re: Trac-Haks subversion trouble


Hi.

> I am suddenly having issues checking out from trac-hacks.  I am
> getting the  (503  Service Unavailable) PROPFIND Error.

I cannot reproduce that. Could you please tell me the exact command used
when you got that message?

Bye, Mike

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sunny063 | 1 Apr 12:17 2009

[Trac] Re: TracNav Plugin Installation


Thanks for your answer, now it is working just fine!

On Mar 27, 11:55 am, Thomas Moschny <thomas.mosc...@...> wrote:
> 2009/3/27 sunny063 <sunny...@...>:
>
> > I tried to execute "easy_install TracNav==dev" but then I end up with:
> > "error: Unexpected HTML page found at
> >http://svn.ipd.uka.de/repos/javaparty/JP/trac/plugins/tracnav-0.11#eg..."
>
> > Is this URL wrong?
>
> No, it is perfectly right, but your setuptools is too old. It can't
> deal with newer subversion servers.
>
> So, do this instead:
>
> cd /tmp
> svn cohttp://svn.ipd.uka.de/repos/javaparty/JP/trac/plugins/tracnav-0.11
> cd tracnav-0.11
> easy_install .
>
> > On the other hand I figured out that when I call TracNav() (whitout a
> > paramter) it will show the page called TOC, so at least one index is
> > working now...
>
> Yes the problem is the code parsing the macro's arguments.
>
> --
> Thomas Moschny <thomas.mosc...@...>
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yoheeb | 1 Apr 17:35 2009
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[Trac] Re: Trac-Haks subversion trouble


On Apr 1, 7:28 am, "Michael Renzmann" <mrenzm...@...> wrote:
> Hi.
>
> > I am suddenly having issues checking out from trac-hacks.  I am
> > getting the  (503  Service Unavailable) PROPFIND Error.
>
> I cannot reproduce that. Could you please tell me the exact command used
> when you got that message?
>
> Bye, Mike

I first tried easy_install, which failed, I followed with a direct svn
co command:
E:\temp\test>svn co http://trac-hacks.org/svn/tractickettemplateplugin/0.11/
svn: Server sent unexpected return value (503 Service Unavailable) in
response to PROPFIND request for '/svn/tractickettemplateplugin/0.11'

This would be the second plugin I tried, just to test.  It's not
actually the one I was after.
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Christian Boos | 1 Apr 20:27 2009
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[Trac] Re: Upgrading existing tracs 12 multirepos to a newer version


Hello Roger,

First, the thing is still called "trac" not "tracs" even if it now 
supports multiple repositories ;-)

Roger O wrote:
> I am considering updating my tracs install from the 0.12 multirepos
> from 2008-09-09 (when I installed it was current at the time) to the
> current version. Although I use tracs daily, I do not update so very
> often. Is there a guide to doing this correct? Would these steps be
> adequate:
>
> - Stop tracs logins
> - Back up current tracs env
>   

Yes.

> - Back up the tracs parts in /usr/lib/python/site-packages/
> Trac-0.12multirepos-py2.5.egg, where I guess all of tracs lives.
>   

Well, that step is not really needed (you can always checkout an earlier 
version if things go bad).
A good habit is to make a note somewhere about which revision was in use 
before you do a "svn update" (e.g. you can do: "svn info >> LAST_STABLE; 
svn update").

> - Install the new 0.12 multirepos tracs from svn
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Scott Bussinger | 1 Apr 20:39 2009

[Trac] ticket_clone.py


I'm trying to get the ticket cloning sample plugin to work (from
http://trac.edgewall.org/browser/trunk/sample-plugins/ticket_clone.py)
and I must be blind, because I can't find a clone button anywhere.
Where is it?

I'm running Trac 0.11.4 and Genshi 0.5.1 so I think I'm current on
versions. The plugin shows that it loaded and looking at the log shows
it loading and no obvious related errors.I'm logged in as the Admin so
permissions shouldn't be an issue.

The skimpy documentation in the file (the only docs I've found) says:

"This button is located next to the 'Reply' to description button, and
pressing it will send a request for creating a new ticket which will
be based on the cloned one."

What "reply" button? I don't see one on any of the pages I checked.
I'm sure I'm just being stupid. Help!
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BA | 1 Apr 21:12 2009
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[Trac] Re: Error accessing trac for the first time


Hello Graham:

Thank you for your response.

You are correct, adding "import socket" causes an error.

This is what I get from  printing the sys.path (formatted for easier
reading):
['C:\\\\python\\\\python26\\\\lib\\\\site-packages\\\\genshi-0.5.1-
py2.6.egg',
'C:\\\\WINDOWS\\\\system32\\\\python26.zip',
'C:\\\\python\\\\python26\\\\Lib',
'C:\\\\python\\\\python26\\\\DLLs',
'C:\\\\python\\\\python26\\\\Lib\\\\lib-tk',
'C:\\\\Program Files\\\\Apache Software Foundation\\\\Apache2.2',
'C:\\\\Program Files\\\\Apache Software Foundation\\\\Apache2.2\\\
\bin',
'C:\\\\python\\\\python26',
'C:\\\\python\\\\python26\\\\lib\\\\site-packages']

I found _socket.pyd in the c:\python\python26\dlls folder.

I looked in the registry and in the PythonPath it includes the same
folders except for the Apache folders.

Any more ideas?

I'm thinking of starting over with Python 2.5...

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jevans | 2 Apr 05:59 2009
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[Trac] Re: ticket_clone.py


On Apr 1, 1:39 pm, Scott Bussinger <sco...@...> wrote:
> I'm trying to get the ticket cloning sample plugin to work (fromhttp://trac.edgewall.org/browser/trunk/sample-plugins/ticket_clone.py)
> and I must be blind, because I can't find a clone button anywhere.
> Where is it?
>
> I'm running Trac 0.11.4 and Genshi 0.5.1 so I think I'm current on
> versions. The plugin shows that it loaded and looking at the log shows
> it loading and no obvious related errors.I'm logged in as the Admin so
> permissions shouldn't be an issue.
>
> The skimpy documentation in the file (the only docs I've found) says:
>
> "This button is located next to the 'Reply' to description button, and
> pressing it will send a request for creating a new ticket which will
> be based on the cloned one."
>
> What "reply" button? I don't see one on any of the pages I checked.
> I'm sure I'm just being stupid. Help!

Hi,
I see Reply and Clone buttons in the upper right of the Description
field in the box displayed at the top of ticket pages.
Did you enable the plug-in and restart your server?
- jevans

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jevans | 2 Apr 06:20 2009
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[Trac] Re: Upgrading existing tracs 12 multirepos to a newer version


On Apr 1, 1:27 pm, Christian Boos <cb...@...> wrote:
> Roger O wrote:
> >  Is it the plan
> > that the multirepos branch be fully merged with the trunk so it gets
> > all these nifty new features? Or will the multirepos remain a branch?
>
> The integration in trunk will happen at some point, but the target has
> not been formally decided yet. Things are progressing well enough so
> that it seems plausible to have it in Trac 0.12.
>
> > Just curious.
>
> No problem, thanks for your interest!
>
> -- Christian

That would be awesome
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Scott Bussinger | 2 Apr 06:54 2009

[Trac] Re: ticket_clone.py


Thanks! I _knew_ it was a case of my being blind! In the several years
I've been using Trac now, I don't think I've ever noticed that reply
button (nor the clone button now). I was expecting a real button and
not the little text box. The strange part is that I did a text search
on the page for "reply" it doesn't find it either.

Seems to work great though.

On Apr 1, 8:59 pm, jevans <jevans...@...> wrote:
> On Apr 1, 1:39 pm, Scott Bussinger <sco...@...> wrote:
>
> > I'm trying to get the ticket cloning sample plugin to work (fromhttp://trac.edgewall.org/browser/trunk/sample-plugins/ticket_clone.py)
> > and I must be blind, because I can't find a clone button anywhere.
> > Where is it?
>
> > I'm running Trac 0.11.4 and Genshi 0.5.1 so I think I'm current on
> > versions. The plugin shows that it loaded and looking at the log shows
> > it loading and no obvious related errors.I'm logged in as the Admin so
> > permissions shouldn't be an issue.
>
> > The skimpy documentation in the file (the only docs I've found) says:
>
> > "This button is located next to the 'Reply' to description button, and
> > pressing it will send a request for creating a new ticket which will
> > be based on the cloned one."
>
> > What "reply" button? I don't see one on any of the pages I checked.
> > I'm sure I'm just being stupid. Help!
>
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Michael Renzmann | 2 Apr 09:22 2009
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[Trac] Re: Trac-Haks subversion trouble


Hi.

> E:\temp\test>svn co
> http://trac-hacks.org/svn/tractickettemplateplugin/0.11/
> svn: Server sent unexpected return value (503 Service Unavailable) in
> response to PROPFIND request for '/svn/tractickettemplateplugin/0.11'

I still fail to reproduce it:

=== cut ===
mrenzmann <at> torvalds:/tmp$ svn co
http://trac-hacks.org/svn/tractickettemplateplugin/0.11/
A    0.11/tickettemplate
[...]
Checked out revision 5464.
=== cut ===

Could it be that you're behind a proxy and Subversion/easy_install don't
know about it?

Bye, Mike

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