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Trac Data Models
The main models that developers might be interested in are Ticket and WikiPage. The constructors each take the environment as the first parameter, and the ticket id or wiki page name next.
from trac.env import Environment from trac.ticket.model import Ticket env = Environment('/path/to/trac/env') # Create a new ticket: tkt = Ticket(env) tkt['reporter'] = 'me' tkt['summary'] = 'my new ticket' tkt['description'] = 'some bogus description' tkt['status'] = 'new' tkt.insert() # To read an existing ticket pass its id to the constructor: tkt = Ticket(env, 1) print tkt['priority'] # Update another ticket: tkt = Ticket(env, 2) tkt['status'] = 'closed' tkt['resolution'] = 'fixed' tkt.save_changes(author='me', comment='programmatically closed a ticket') # And finally deleting: tkt = Ticket(env, 3) tkt.delete()
from trac.env import Environment from trac.wiki.model import WikiPage env = Environment('/path/to/trac/env') # Read an existing or new WikiPage: page = WikiPage(env, 'MyWikiPage') # Check if this is a new page: print page.exists # Update the content: page.text = 'page content goes here' page.save(author='me', comment='I can edit the Wiki!', remote_addr='127.0.0.1') # Read a specific page version: page = WikiPage(env, 'TracFaq', 1) print page.text # Delete a page: page = WikiPage(env, 'BadWikiPage') page.delete() # Or delete only a specific version of a page: page = WikiPage(env, 'AnotherPage') page.delete(version=5)
See also: TracDev