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Clients for Trac
This page lists clients that allow you to access Trac repositories.
TracClient is an Android client app for Trac and is Apache licensed. For more information, see th:AndroidClientIntegration.
Mylyn is an interface for Eclipse for accessing Trac issues including offline editing and access to attachments. Connection to the repository is supported through Trac's XML-RPC Plugin (recommended) or through the web-interface (limited). It does this by making tasks a first class part of Eclipse, and integrating rich and offline editing for repositories such as Bugzilla, Trac, and Jira.
TracExplorer is a Trac client, implemented as an add-in for TortoiseSVN and Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, 2008+. It is released under the GPL v3 License.
A command line shell interface to remote Trac instances using the Trac XML-RPC plugin.
TracPeek Windows Desktop Tool
Windows desktop client that displays a list of Trac tickets.
Cross-platform open-source desktop client for working with Trac tickets. Has been abandoned since 2013.
- https://market.android.com/details?id=org.entomologistproject.trac (native Android app)
Windows desktop client (freeware) with hierarchical filtering, offline ticket access and updating, multiple project/server support, advanced search, integrated screen capture and upload annotated screenshots directly to Trac tickets.
cartman allows you to create and manage your Trac tickets from the command line without the need to set up physical access to the Trac installation/database. All you need is a Trac account.