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Changes between Version 118 and Version 119 of TracMercurial


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Timestamp:
Jun 9, 2020, 3:23:12 AM (4 months ago)
Author:
Ryan J Ollos
Comment:

Remove information about obsolete Trac 0.10 version.

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  • TracMercurial

    v118 v119  
    2222   - // log:plugins/0.13/mercurial-plugin //
    2323   - // log:plugins/0.12/mercurial-plugin //
    24    - log:plugins/0.10/mercurial-plugin, see [./@89#Trac0.10 Trac 0.10] and [./@89#Settingupthemercurialplugin setting up the plugin for 0.10]
    2524   - log:plugins/0.11/mercurial-plugin, see [./@90#Trac0.11 Trac 0.11] and [./@89#Settingupthemercurialplugin setting up the plugin for 0.11]
    2625
     
    101100You can also install from a checkout of the source:
    102101{{{#!sh
    103 hg clone http://hg.edgewall.org/trac/mercurial-plugin#0.12
     102hg clone https://hg.edgewall.org/trac/mercurial-plugin#0.12
    104103}}}
    105104
    106105or:
     106
    107107{{{#!sh
    108 hg clone http://hg.edgewall.org/trac/mercurial-plugin#1.0
     108hg clone https://hg.edgewall.org/trac/mercurial-plugin#1.0
    109109}}}
    110110
    111111Then from the checkout (`cd mercurial-plugin`), you have the following installation options:
    112  - Create an "egg" which you can copy to your `$TRACENV/plugins`:
    113    {{{#!sh
    114    python setup.py bdist_egg
    115    }}}
    116  - Install it in the current Python (or [pypi:virtualenv virtualenv]) installation:
    117    {{{#!sh
    118    python setup.py install
    119    }}}
    120  - Similar to the above, but directly use the code from the checkout (ideal for hacking):
    121    {{{#!sh
    122    python setup.py develop
    123    }}}
     112- Create an "egg" which you can copy to your `$TRACENV/plugins`:
     113 {{{#!sh
     114python setup.py bdist_egg
     115}}}
     116- Install it in the current Python (or [pypi:virtualenv virtualenv]) installation:
     117 {{{#!sh
     118python setup.py install
     119}}}
     120- Similar to the above, but directly use the code from the checkout (ideal for hacking):
     121 {{{#!sh
     122python setup.py develop
     123}}}
    124124
    125125=== Mercurial
     
    151151If you installed the egg globally and you are modifying an existing Trac environment to use the Mercurial backend, then you have to explicitly '''enable''' the plugin in TracIni.
    152152
    153 Since the version 0.11 of the plugin, the package has been renamed to `tracext`:
    154153{{{#!ini
    155154[components]
     
    262261There should be a way to show graphically the branch and merge points within the revision log view. Not something as fancy as `hgk`, but nonetheless something that will make the changeset relationships immediately obvious.
    263262
    264 Starting with Trac [milestone:0.13], we show a graphical overview of the branch graph when viewing the log of the repository root (#1492).
     263Starting with Trac [milestone:1.0], we show a graphical overview of the branch graph when viewing the log of the repository root (#1492).
    265264
    266265Also, there is the [th:RevtreePlugin].