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Trac 0.11 with Python 2.5
Warning: the following imply that you'll use 0.11. It worksforme, but YMMV as one can say in this situation ;). Note also that this page was written during the 0.11dev days, so you're probably best served now with the regular TracOnWindows page.
Using 0.10 with Python 2.5 should theoretically work if you manage to build ClearSilver for that version. This is quite problematic on Windows, and as this happens to be the case also for Unix, this page should probably be renamed simply TracForPython2.5…
If furthermore you don't need to interface with Subversion, then all you need besides Python 2.5 are a few Python packages.
As some packages require the latest development version of the software, you'll nevertheless need a
svn client to checkout the software from their repositories.
Installing Python 2.5 on Windows
Simply download and install the appropriate .msi for your Python platform:
Download the zip package:
Python 2.5 versions of Genshi-0.5.1
http://genshi.edgewall.org/wiki/Download Correct version of Genshi ⇒ http://ftp.edgewall.com/pub/genshi/Genshi-0.5.1.win32-py2.5.exe
Unzip to a folder and then from that folder run
python setup.py install in a command window. (Make sure you have added the Python install path (e.g. C:\Program Files\Python25) to your system PATH variable. You can do this by right clicking on My Computer, clicking on Properties, selecting the Advanced tab, clicking the Environment Variables button, scrolling down the second list window until you see the 'Path' variable, then editing the string to add the Python install path. Then start command line for Genshi installation.)
You simply need the latest stable (0.11-stable) - to get this type the following in the command window. (Make sure you have added the Python install path (e.g. C:\Program Files\Python25) to your system PATH variable. You can do this by right clicking on My Computer, clicking on Properties, selecting the Advanced tab, clicking the Environment Variables button, scrolling down the second list window until you see the 'Path' variable, then editing the string to add the Python install path). Make sure you have setuptools installed before proceed.
> cd C:\src > svn checkout http://svn.edgewall.org/repos/trac/branches/0.11-stable > cd 0.11-stable > python setup.py install
More specifically, do this to get 0.11 with webadmin up and running:
Create an administrator user (uses a script described elsewhere in the wiki)
python trac-digest.py -u adm -p adm >> c:\digest.txt
Give that user all permissions
trac-admin c:\myproj permission add adm TRAC_ADMIN
tracd -p 8000 —auth=myproj,c:\digest.txt,trac c:\myproj
And you'll be able to see the Admin tab if you log in with 'adm'
Installing mod_python for use with the Apache HTTP server
If you are using an Apache server, you will need the latest mod_python for windows, built against Python v2.5. Currently version 3.3.1 is available at the Apache website (click on "Other Files" and surf to
modpython/win/3.3.1/). However, you can also get other versions here, courtesy of a very kind and wise gentleman called Nicolas Lehuen.
There's no need to install the WebAdmin plugin, as it has now been integrated in Trac proper. Quite to the contrary, you should remove it if you're upgrading.
See TracPlugins for details about plugin installation.
There are a some plugins that have been made compatible with 0.11dev:
You can grab them directly from the repository, and install it the same way you did for Trac:
> cd C:\src > svn checkout http://svn.edgewall.org/repos/trac/plugins/0.11/spam-filter > cd spam-filter > python setup.py install
Note if you catch an error:"ImportError: No module named setuptools" please download http://peak.telecommunity.com/dist/ez_setup.py and install the setuptools.
If for some reason the above step fails, either because there's no package for the Windows platform you're using or the setuptools don't manage to read information from your svn working copy (if you used Subversion 1.4 for doing the checkout), you'll probably need to install first a recent
setuptools package, itself available from
http://svn.python.org/projects/sandbox/trunk/setuptools. Version 0.7a1 (r51948) from the repository worked for me.
Of course, this is bleeding edge software, so you'll probably discover a few bugs when using Trac in this configuration. You will be more than welcomed to report these bugs, as we're currently actively developing 0.11.
If you're interested to help out, or if you have your own Clearsilver templates to migrate, you'll probably want to have a look at TracDev/ApiChanges/0.11.
See also: TracOnWindows