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cartman

cartman allows you to create and manage your Trac tickets from the commandline, without the need to set up physical access to the Trac installation/database. All you need is a Trac account.

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  •  01 Sep 2013 15:30

    Release Notes: This release adds the "search" command. It adds handling for a variety of Trac errors, using a descriptive message when available. It fixes the "status" command for Trac-1.0+.

    •  24 May 2013 00:23

      Release Notes: This release adds adds an editable default template, allows the ticket owner to be specified even when using a template, adds Trac 1.0 compatibility, shows Priority when doing "cm properties", and fixes various bugs.

      •  03 May 2013 23:16

        Release Notes: "cm help" now prints a list of commands. auth_type was added to the config. Basic Debian packaging was added. Template support was added (in ~/.cartman/templates). A document on how to hack the tools was provided. Configuration was moved to a sub-directory. An option to skip SSL certificate validation was added. Support for Trac 0.12 was added. Single tokens are now matched during fuzzy find. Python 3.3 support was added. Ticket bodies are now transmitted with CRLF end of lines.

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