This a plugin for Trac which enables Mercurial to be used instead of Subversion
as the VersioningSystemBackend for Trac.
This plugin allows you to add custom items ("buttons") to both the main
and the meta navigation bar. Item name, title and URL can be specified
in trac.ini, as well as an optional permission the user is required to
have to see the item.
The plugin was inspired by and derived from NavMoverPlugin. In contrast
to NavMoverPlugin this plugin does not hide navigation bars.
Trac plugin which redirects users to the login screen on PermissionError.
Allow users to only see tickets they are associated with.
There are three new permissions for this plugin: TICKET_VIEW_REPORTER,
TICKET_VIEW_CC, and TICKET_VIEW_OWNER. TICKET_VIEW_SELF is an alias
for all three of these.
With each permission, users will only be able to see tickets where they are
the person mentioned in the permission. So if a user has TICKET_VIEW_REPORTER,
they can only see tickets they reported. For TICKET_VIEW_CC, they just have to
be included in the CC list.
This is a theme that emulates the look of python.org.
This Trac plugin adds burndown chart capabilities, a common part
of Scrum and other agile development methodologies.
A plugin is being developed that will allow different ways to reject
contributions that contain spam.
This plugin offers sub-ticket feature for managing tickets.
The TagsPlugin implements both a generic tagging engine and frontends for the
Wiki and ticket systems. An extra text entry box is added to the Wiki edit page
for tagging Wiki pages and ticket fields (you can configure which ones) are
treated as tags for the ticket system.
This plugin simplifies the process of distributing and deploying
themes and styles.