Subject: Re: [Boost-docs] New addition to the team
From: Chris Fairles (chris.fairles_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-04 12:12:39
On 8/3/07, David Abrahams <dave_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> on Fri Aug 03 2007, "Chris Fairles" <chris.fairles-AT-gmail.com> wrote:
> > Greetings to all.
> > I recently volunteered to take on the "boost specific wiki macros"
> > sub-project (
> > http://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/wiki/BoostSpecificWikiMacros ). I've
> > dabbled in python and have written simple macros for MediaWiki wiki's
> > so I'm semi-familiar with the territory.
> > However, I've used but never edited or administered a Trac system and
> > I'm wondering if theres a "sandbox" completely separate from the main
> > project that I could use for testing (and learning) Trac macros?
> Just install Trac on your local machine and run tracd to run a local
> instance of the server. Then you have a completely free hand with
> > I'm in the process of getting a basic Trac system running locally but
> > it would be nice to have a centralized place for testing (easier to
> > collaborate).
> Hmm, I wouldn't count on anyone providing that for you. Too insecure.
No worries. I didn't realize you had to actually drop these python
files in a directory on the server unlike mediawiki macros where you
just make a new page. In any case, trac is up locally, macros are
> Dave Abrahams
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