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This page documents the 1.4 (latest stable) release. Documentation for other releases can be found here.
Tracd is a lightweight stand-alone Trac server. In most cases it's easier to setup and runs faster than trac.cgi.
- Fewer dependencies: You don't need to install apache or any other web-server.
- Fast: Should be as fast as the TracModPython version (much faster than the cgi).
- Less features: Tracd implements a very simple web-server and is not as configurable as apache.
- Only htdigest authentication: Tracd can currently only authenticate users against apache-htdigest files.
- No native https support: sslwrap can be used instead, or STUNNEL.
A single project on port 8080. (http://localhost:8080/)
$ tracd -p 8080 /path/to/project
$ tracd -p 8080 /path/to/project1 /path/to/project2
You can't have the last portion of the path identical between the projects since that's how trac keeps the URLs of the different projects unique. So if you use /project1/path/to and /project2/path/to, you will only see the second project.
With htdigest authentication. The file /tmp/users.htdigest contain user accounts for project1 with the realm "mycompany.com".
$ tracd -p 8080 --auth project1,/tmp/users.htdigest,mycompany.com /path/to/project1
htdigest authentication can also be used for more than one project. The digest file can be shared:
$ tracd -p 8080 \ --auth project1,/tmp/users.htdigest,mycompany.com \ --auth project2,/tmp/users.htdigest,mycompany.com \ /path/to/project1 /path/to/project2
Tracd on Windows
tracd also works on Windows. But on that platform, the sensitivity on multithreading issues is high, and you might have problems (i.e. crashes of the Python interpreter). If this happens, you can force tracd to operate in single-threaded mode:
124 124 return auth['username'] 125 125 126 126 127 class TracHTTPServer( ThreadingMixIn,HTTPServer): 127 class TracHTTPServer(HTTPServer): 128 128 129 129 projects = None
Please also report any such issue, as they are believed to be fixed by now.
Generating passwords on Windows
If you don't have Apache available, you can use this Python script to generate your passwords (code borrowed heavily from #845):
from optparse import OptionParser import md5 # build the options usage = "usage: %prog [options]" parser = OptionParser(usage=usage) parser.add_option("-u", "--username",action="store", dest="username", type = "string", help="the username for whom to generate a password") parser.add_option("-p", "--password",action="store", dest="password", type = "string", help="the password to use") (options, args) = parser.parse_args() # check options if (options.username is None) or (options.password is None): parser.error("You must supply both the username and password") # Generate the string to enter into the htdigest file realm = 'trac' kd = lambda x: md5.md5(':'.join(x)).hexdigest() print ':'.join((options.username, realm, kd([options.username, realm, options.password])))