[Trac] Re: Merge wiki pages - not a collision solution

2008-06-02 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/2, Noah Kantrowitz [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Check both into subversion and use that (or git, hg, etc). A wiki is not designed for that kind of complex document management. rantWell, if Trac stored the wiki contents within the repository [1], it could even support such 'complex' tasks. Ikiwiki

[Trac] Re: Merge wiki pages - not a collision solution

2008-06-03 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/2, Jeff Hammel [EMAIL PROTECTED]: For what its worth from a first time mailer to this list, I am glad trac does not import its wiki pages into an svn repo by default. For my mileage, this would be clunkier (but I'm sure I have different wiki needs than others). It is not clear to me

[Trac] Re: Merge wiki pages - not a collision solution

2008-06-03 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/3, Noah Kantrowitz [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Clunkiness is not the issue, we do not wish to require Subversion in order to use Trac. Subversion is of course not the only option. There might be cases however where someone does not have a repository at all, but still wants to use Trac for

[Trac] Re: remote access - url format?

2008-06-05 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/5 km [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Make sure that you have a trac user with XML_RPC rights. actually this is another issue that is a bit confusing. this portion of the trac-wiki instructions makes it sound as if i need to add the *action* XML_RPC to the (existing) authenticated *subject* in

[Trac] Re: is there any macro could help me make a customized table-of-conents for a set of wiki pages?

2008-06-11 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/11 thinktwice [EMAIL PROTECTED]: or i have to use ToMacro ? You could have a look at the TracNav plugin, see http://svn.ipd.uka.de/trac/javaparty/wiki/TracNav. It implements a customizable navigation bar, which fetches its contents from a wiki page, and supports hierarchical ordering of

[Trac] Re: is there any macro could help me make a customized table-of-conents for a set of wiki pages?

2008-06-11 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/11 thinktwice [EMAIL PROTECTED]: thanks for you info. i have looked up TracNav plugin. i have some questions about how to use it. my question is does that mean if i want to use TracNav, i have to mantain the TOC file(index file) manually? whenever there's a new file if i want it

[Trac] Re: OForge 2008.06 Announcement

2008-06-20 Thread Thomas Moschny
, they are really not that difficult. -- Thomas Moschny [EMAIL PROTECTED] --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Trac Users group. To post to this group, send email to trac-users@googlegroups.com

[Trac] Re: OForge 2008.06 Announcement

2008-06-20 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/20 Robert C Corsaro [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I'm so glad you asked. Yes. One of our stated goals is to not fork anything. We have tried very hard to push all changes upstream, but sometimes it doesn't work out. We may decide to adopt some of the plugins we have forked. I have inquired

[Trac] Re: TracNav plugin on 0.10.4 on linux not working

2008-06-23 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/23 Philip [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Trying to get the TracNav plugin to work on linux (zLinux, actually), but it's not showing the navigation or giving any messages in the log. [...] - there was no /usr/local/share/trac/conf/trac.ini file, so I created one, and added the following:

[Trac] Re: TracNav plugin on 0.10.4 on linux not working

2008-06-24 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/24 Philip [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I deleted the trac.ini from /usr/local/share/trac/conf and added these 2 lines to the project-specific trac.ini file. After recycling web server, I still see no difference. Any other ideas? Maybe the plugin is already loaded? What happens if you put

[Trac] Re: TracNav plugin on 0.10.4 on linux not working

2008-06-24 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/24 Philip [EMAIL PROTECTED]: You are right -- I guess the install put the egg into /usr/local/lib64/ python2.4/site-packages. I deleted the egg file from /usr/local/share/ trac/plugins and restarted web server. I don't automatically see a mesage like you described when I recycle

[Trac] Re: TracNav plugin on 0.10.4 on linux not working

2008-06-24 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/24 Noah Kantrowitz [EMAIL PROTECTED]: This is untrue. The global config (or in 0.11, any inherited configs along the chain) are merged in memory to act like a single file as far as Trac cares. Any option can go in any file. They are merged at a per- key level, with the value lowest on

[Trac] Re: TracNav plugin on 0.10.4 on linux not working

2008-06-24 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/6/24 Philip [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I tried that, and I still get the same thing. Plus, I still don't see the Loading... message in the log, even after I attempt to access a wiki page containing [[TracNav]]. If I google No macro or processor named 'TracNav' found, I get several other pages

[Trac] Re: New version 0.11 failed W3C XHTML validation

2008-07-03 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/7/3 Yvonne Oy Ling Cheong [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Yes. The wiki notification plugin. I have that installed. I've a problem with TracNav plugin and now this. What problem do you have with TracNav? - Thomas --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message

[Trac] Re: TracNav plugin on 0.10.4 on linux not working

2008-07-08 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/7/8 Philip [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Can anybody respond to my latest post? I can't even seem to get the plugin to load. I have 2 plugins, and they are in 3 locations: - And, does the TracHelloworld plugin work? - Did you set up a plugin cache, as described here:

[Trac] Re: New version 0.11 failed W3C XHTML validation

2008-07-11 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/7/3 Yvonne Oy Ling Cheong [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Oh! The same error that I remember seeing before the upgrade. Also failed validation.(error msg below) I believe it is a known problem but no fix yet. Anyway, it is good to pinpoint the problem areas and take note of it. See

[Trac] Re: New version 0.11 failed W3C XHTML validation

2008-07-14 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/7/13 Yvonne Oy Ling Cheong [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Thanks Thomas. I can't access r3248. You should be able to access the latest version via anonymous svn here: http://svn.ipd.uka.de/repos/javaparty/JP/trac/plugins/tracnav-0.11/ Anyway, I'm not a developer. So far, I only learned to install

[Trac] Re: TracRedirect easy_install not working?

2008-09-09 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/9/9 rupert thurner [EMAIL PROTECTED]: we tried to install http://svn.ipd.uni-karlsruhe.de/trac/javaparty/wiki/TracRedirect from source with: easy_install http://svn.ipd.uka.de/repos/javaparty/JP/trac/plugins/redirect-0.11/ the result is: error: Unexpected HTML page found at

[Trac] Re: TracNav-4.0pre7-py2.4 with TracEnvisionTheme-1.0-py2.4

2008-09-30 Thread Thomas Moschny
unpleasing (visually) because of the green bullets not being properly indented, but left-aligned instead. For that TracNav is to be blamed. Maybe I'll have a look at this issue later. Regards, Thomas -- Thomas Moschny [EMAIL PROTECTED] --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received

[Trac] Re: TracNav-4.0pre7-py2.4 with TracEnvisionTheme-1.0-py2.4

2008-10-02 Thread Thomas Moschny
/javaparty/JP/trac/plugins/tracnav-0.11/) ? Regards, Thomas -- Thomas Moschny [EMAIL PROTECTED] --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Trac Users group. To post to this group, send email to trac-users

[Trac] Re: TracNav-4.0pre7-py2.4 with TracEnvisionTheme-1.0-py2.4

2008-10-04 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/10/2 Eric Shubert [EMAIL PROTECTED]: One thing though. When I installed it globally (in site-packages folder) trac couldn't find the plugin. I tried both tracnav.tracnav.tracnav = enabled and tracnav.* = enabled in trac.ini, but either worked. However, when I put it in the project's

[Trac] Re: TracNav-4.0pre7-py2.4 with TracEnvisionTheme-1.0-py2.4

2008-10-05 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/10/5 Eric Shubert [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I'm confused too. ;) When I re-installed pre7 using easy_install, that seem to fix me up. When I tried installing pre8, I couldn't get easy_install to work because I didn't have an url to svn or tarball or zip, just an index html page. Well, it

[Trac] Re: custom group for ticket permission

2008-10-08 Thread Thomas Moschny
2008/10/8 Jani Tiainen [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Doesn't that BlackMagicTicketPlugin make possible to create arbitary permissions for tickets? Side note: Does it really enforce permissions or does it rather make fields un-editable via Genshi transformations? This is not the same. - Thomas

[Trac] Re: Problem with pygments

2008-10-29 Thread Thomas Moschny
, but it is related to the clientsplugin and should be easy to fix. The code in question simply doesn't check whether data is None. File a bug here: http://trac-hacks.org/newticket?component=ClientsPluginowner=coling . -- Thomas Moschny [EMAIL PROTECTED

[Trac] Re: TracNav Plugin Installation

2009-03-25 Thread Thomas Moschny
==dev, the trunk version contains a fix. - Thomas -- Thomas Moschny thomas.mosc...@gmail.com --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Trac Users group. To post to this group, send email to trac-users

[Trac] Re: TracNav Plugin Installation

2009-03-27 Thread Thomas Moschny
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...@gmail.com --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~ You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Trac

[Trac] Re: Dynamic TracNav...Possible?

2006-09-27 Thread Thomas Moschny
On Wednesday 27 September 2006 20:32 Noah Kantrowitz wrote: TracNav parses the text of the TOC page directly, so no, you cannot do that. Well, that's not the complete story. The TracNav plugin has a (currently hardcoded) list ALLOWED_MACROS, and if you add subwiki to that list, your example

[Trac] Re: Format of generated changeset TracLinks configurable?

2006-10-12 Thread Thomas Moschny
On Thursday 12 October 2006 11:32 Christian Boos wrote: No, it's currently not possible. Those [...] are hard coded in the templates or in the code. But in my Trac object experiments, there's actually a method for generating this (called shorthand()). So one day this /could/ become

[Trac] Re: Problems after upgrade to HEAD

2007-01-17 Thread Thomas Moschny
On Wednesday 17 January 2007 3:07 pm, Christian Boos wrote: Well, the base_url is used only for generating some absolute URLs outside of the scope of a client request, like when creating notification mails. Besides the fact that this is currently not working reliably for trac trunk , see

[Trac] Re: Threading [Was: Re: graphviz error]

2007-03-29 Thread Thomas Moschny
On Donnerstag, 29. März 2007, Rainer Sokoll wrote: Or m I the only one who has threading turned on? No, I saw that, too. I guess it's a lame way to avoid copying the list address into a new mail window ;) - Thomas pgpYYAqiegXTL.pgp Description: PGP signature

[Trac] Re: TracNav -- 'rander macro'

2007-04-19 Thread Thomas Moschny
mod_che wrote: like every time I sepnd some time to run TracNav in the WikiPages, but this time a new error message appears: Error: Macro TracNav(TracNav/TOC) failed 'TracNav' object has no attribute 'render_macro' Please use the latest stable version (3.92) of TracNav. The development

Re: [Trac] How to setup trac 0.12 - subversion 1.6\1.7, python 2.6+ ? Is it possoble at all?

2013-02-26 Thread Thomas Moschny
...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to trac-users@googlegroups.com. Visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/trac-users?hl=en. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/groups/opt_out. -- Thomas Moschny thomas.mosc...@gmail.com -- You received

Re: [Trac] Re: How to setup trac 0.12 - subversion 1.6\1.7, python 2.6+ ? Is it possoble at all?

2013-02-26 Thread Thomas Moschny
This is a pseudo-script of what to do - not really tested, but you should get the idea: # install requirements (be sure you have set multilib_policy=best in /etc/yum.conf) yum install 'apr-devel' 'apr-util-devel' 'autoconf' 'db4-devel' 'docbook-style-xsl' 'expat-devel' 'gettext' 'libtool'

Re: [Trac] Help the TracNav macro isn't displaying properly

2013-03-16 Thread Thomas Moschny
. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/groups/opt_out. -- Thomas Moschny thomas.mosc...@gmail.com -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Trac Users group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to trac

Re: [Trac] Help the TracNav macro isn't displaying properly

2013-03-18 Thread Thomas Moschny
2013/3/17 akliewer99 akliewe...@gmail.com Would you know of a way to keep that I can keep it in but execute it earlier in the page process so it doesn't won't overwrite my CSS styles? We already have a ticket for TracNav about including the CSS earlier. It would then be loaded in the HTML

Re: [Trac] Upgrade from 0.9.6 - Best Practice?

2013-08-19 Thread Thomas Moschny
2013/8/16 Remy Blank remy.bl...@pobox.com: Remy Blank wrote: - Copy your Trac environment and all referenced repositories to the new machine. This includes copying the database, of course. If you're using SQLite, copying the environment copies the database as well. If you're using one of