Keep “Trac” of your work
Knut Urdalen | http://www.urdalen.com
What is Trac?

• Integrated Source Control- and Project Management


• Tightly integrated with Subversion


• Key features...
Wiki

• A nice tool to document your project together with your code


• Familiar WikiWord syntax


  • Tickets: #123


  ...
Roadmap

• High level overview of project status


• Show groups of tickets as “Milestones”
Timeline

• View all activities


   • Wiki page events (creation and changes)


   • Tickets events (creation and changes...
Changeset

• All information about a change in the source code including:


   • Timestamp: When the changeset was commite...
Changeset
Tickets

• Simple and effective tracking of issues


• Used for


   • Project tasks


   • Feature requests


   • Bug re...
Browser
Email Notification of Ticket Changes

• Useful to keep users up-to-date on tickets/issues of interest


• Provides a conven...
Peer Review (Plugin)
Build Orchestration with Bitten (Plugin)
Build Orchestration with Bitten (Plugin)
Revision Graph (Plugin)
References

• Trac: http://trac.edgewall.org


• Plugins: http://trac-hacks.org


• Bitten: http://bitten.cmlenz.net
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Keep "Trac" of your work

  1. 1. Keep “Trac” of your work Knut Urdalen | http://www.urdalen.com
  2. 2. What is Trac? • Integrated Source Control- and Project Management • Tightly integrated with Subversion • Key features • Wiki • Roadmap • Timeline • Tickets
  3. 3. Wiki • A nice tool to document your project together with your code • Familiar WikiWord syntax • Tickets: #123 • Changeset: [123]
  4. 4. Roadmap • High level overview of project status • Show groups of tickets as “Milestones”
  5. 5. Timeline • View all activities • Wiki page events (creation and changes) • Tickets events (creation and changes) • Source code changes (repository check-ins) • Milestone completion • RSS feed
  6. 6. Changeset • All information about a change in the source code including: • Timestamp: When the changeset was commited • Author: Who did it? • Message: The commit log message • Files: A list of affected files • Visual diff
  7. 7. Changeset
  8. 8. Tickets • Simple and effective tracking of issues • Used for • Project tasks • Feature requests • Bug reports • Support issues
  9. 9. Browser
  10. 10. Email Notification of Ticket Changes • Useful to keep users up-to-date on tickets/issues of interest • Provides a convenient way to post all ticket changes to a dedicated mailing list [notification] smtp_enabled = true smtp_server = smtp.example.org smtp_from = trac@example.org smtp_replyto = project@example.org smtp_always_cc = manager@example.org, boss@example.org
  11. 11. Peer Review (Plugin)
  12. 12. Build Orchestration with Bitten (Plugin)
  13. 13. Build Orchestration with Bitten (Plugin)
  14. 14. Revision Graph (Plugin)
  15. 15. References • Trac: http://trac.edgewall.org • Plugins: http://trac-hacks.org • Bitten: http://bitten.cmlenz.net

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