Adds permission TICKET_ATTACHMENT_DELETE for exclusive right
to delete and replace attachments, regardless who added/changed it.
Everybody who has permission TICKET_ATTACHMENT_DELETE can delete
or replace attachments, regardless who added / changed it.
The AutocompleteUsersPlugin allows AJAX completion of users
for the owner and CC fields on new and existing tickets.
This plugin allows visual CC field editing.
A pop-up window with bunch of checkboxes is opened, user checks
boxes, email addresses are added and removed to CC field. There is
a list of pre-defined addresses in cc_selector.js (these addresses
will always be available). If you want to change this list you must
edit cc_selector.js manually.
Of course, you can always edit CC field without all this hassle -
all addresses you entered manually will be shown, too - and can be
removed with new, shiny checkboxes.
Having child-tickets is extremely useful when it comes to
managing multiple releases (ie. a single 'bug-report' ticket and
a single 'bug-fix' ticket for each milestone/branch of
development), for managing sub-tasks of an issue and for managing
'bug-fixes' required when developing a new (larger) enhancement.
This plugin modifies the ticket description box and adds a child
ticket listing table and a 'create' button for adding new child
tickets. It has the following features:
It is possible to control in trac.ini the following aspects of
allow/disallow child-tickets for a certain type of ticket
to define the table headers displayed in the parent ticket
to define a default for the child type to be created
restrict the type of child-tickets
to define which fields are inherited by child-tickets
This plugin is a Web Admin panel for administrating custom fields -
adding, modifying and deleting them without editing the trac.ini file
This plugin is a cooperation between CodeResort.com and Optaros.com,
and is made freely available under a BSD license.
This plugin allows for validating custom fields as dates in tickets
and adds fancy date selector to these fields.
This plugin automatically adds a default CC list
when a new ticket is created, based on its initial component.
The DiscussionPlugin adds discussion forums to Trac. An arbitrary number
of forums can be added, organised to forum groups. Users can create
topics in forums and reply to them which together creates discussion
threads. Threaded or flat view to topics and its replies is supported.
Each forum has a list of moderators who can delete topics, replies,
etc. Appending new forums and topics either as new replies shows up in
timeline. Searching capability in topics and replies is supported too.
This plugin provides downloads section which may contain releases or
other files. It is administrated via WebAdminPlugin and there is an
interface to the trac-admin tool that may help during automatic server
maintenance. The Downloads section of Trac displays a table with
information about the uploaded files such as description, component,
version, size, architecture, type and optionally assigned tags which the
download is related to. It also collects information about number of
downloads which can be displayed on wiki page together with direct links
to the specified download.
This is a release of the SARA package email2trac that contains utilities that
we use to convert emails to trac tickets. The initial setup was made by Daniel
Lundin from Edgewall Software. SARA has extend the initial setup, with the
* HTML messages
* Use commandline options
* Use config file to change the behaviour of the email2trac.py program
* unicode support for special characters in the headers of an email message