[Tracker-discuss] List of recently modified issues

Paul Dubois pfdubois at gmail.com
Wed Jun 6 07:46:01 CEST 2007


I say again, this is virtually identical to the logic in roundup-summary.

On 6/5/07, "Martin v. Löwis" <martin at v.loewis.de> wrote:
>
> > What I need is a list of
> > recent tracker activities, a timeline starting at some fixed date
> > (like 7 days back from now), including all ticker updates, e.g. status
> > change, adding file attachments, new comments, etc. To put it another
> > way, I don't want a mere list of recently changed tickets, but a list
> > of changes, with some details about each of them (old and new status,
> > attached file name, first words of a comment, etc).
> >
> > I could program my way around this, by taking the list of all tickets
> > in CSV format, choosing those which were recently updated and then
> > asking Roundup for details about each of them (BTW, I don't see CSV
> > download option for a single issue). This will be ugly and
> > complicated, not to say inefficient. One RSS feed with recent updates
> > generated on the Roundup side will be simply a better fit for my
> > needs.
>
> Ok. I think this would be a rather specific RSS feed, as including
> the nature of the specific change in the RSS feed is nothing that
> any of the existing RSS solutions for roundup provide; it would
> be interesting to see whether the xmlrpc interface recently mentioned
> provides it (I'd be mildly surprised if it did).
>
> I don't think it needs to be RSS, and I would expect that making
> it RSS makes things actually difficult (how do you encode what
> specifically changed?). However, generating it on the server
> side is certainly simpler.
>
> I'd encourage you to check out the tracker installation, and
> propose a solution. There are two ways for report generation
> in roundup: you can either update it whenever a change is made.
> This is efficient, but also fixed with respect to the
> information available in the report. OTOH, generating the report
> dynamically allows customization, but is also more
> compute-expensive.
>
> Regards,
> Martin
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