If you’ve ever reported a but to Ruby on Rails, you’ll have noticed that their Trac has nice email notification feature. And I bet you want that in your Trac as well!
Now, email notification are nothing exotic. You don’t need any plugins, just an outgoing SMTP server and access to your trac.ini file.
In your trac directory open up conf/trac.ini and look for the [notification] header. Make sure you have at least the following settings.
As you may know I manage quite a few trac installations. A few days ago I upgrade my server from Ubuntu “Dapper Drake” 6.06 to Ubuntu “Feisty Fawn” 7.04. This also upgrade trac 0.9.x to 0.10.3.
I was happy, since trac 0.10.3 has many improvements over 0.9.x, but there was one thing I was not so happy about. After the upgrade, I upgraded all my trac installations and everything seemed to be okay, except for the WebAdmin plugin. Apparently it was not installed anymore.
What happened? After upgrading the trac package, the plugins directory was emptied. Well, just re-install the WebAdmin plugin for 0.10.x.
After upgrading my Subversion server to Ubuntu Feisty, I noticed that when committing I got the following error:
svn: MERGE request failed on '/svn/repository/trunk' svn: MERGE of '/svn/repository/trunk': 200 OK (http://svn.myserver.com) Although the messages says that the commit failed, it has not. A simple ‘svn update’ will merge the changes you made to the repository to your working copy again and you’re good to go.
So, what is the problem here?