Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released

Added by Eric Davis almost 9 years ago

I'm happy to announce that I've just released the first Open Source version of the Stuff To Do plugin. The release announcement has details about the release and how to use the plugin. Like always, if you would like to participate or contribute to the project contact me and I'll give you hand getting started.

Eric

Replies (12)

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by Stuart George almost 9 years ago

Looks pretty sweet. If i can find some time (lol!) I'll see if I can get it installed.

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by namita nair over 8 years ago

I was successfully able to deploy the plugin the page as weel comes up but when a drag a task assigned to me it throws back an error saying - "Error saving lists. Please refresh the page and try again."
I have tested this in both production and development mode ,its fails for me at both.
I have done the db migration required.Is ther some thing that i am missing....

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by Ludovic Alcala over 8 years ago

Hello,
it seem not compatible with the last version of redmine/rails.
Is there an update planned ?

Thank you.

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by namita nair over 8 years ago

Hi,
Hey we do plan for upgrading it redmine to 0.8.1.In one of the files i saw that plugin was supported with version and higher than 0.8.0.We do have a system with 0.8.1 install shall try installing in that tomoro.Thanks for the help.

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by Mischa The Evil over 8 years ago

namita nair wrote:

...but when a drag a task assigned to me it throws back an error saying - "Error saving lists. Please refresh the page and try again."...

You could open-up a issue at http://projects.littlestreamsoftware.com describing the problem in detail (including logs etc.) plus on what platform (webserver, rails, ruby, redmine, etc) the error appears to happen.

Note: see my rantings below... ;-)

Ludovic Alcala wrote:

it seem not compatible with the last version of redmine/rails.
Is there an update planned ?

IIRC all Eric's plugins are currently compatible with the latest stable release of the Redmine 0.8.x-branch (currently 0.8.1) ánd (at least) trunk < r2472.

Due to some severe changes in the trunk recently (which will evolve into 0.9.x) some/most (tests are required...??) of the plugins listed on Plugins are currently in-compatible with trunk => r2472.

From what I can remember specifically for the "Stuff To Do"-plugin is that v0.2.0 indeed isn't compatible with Redmine trunk < r2472 but I remember that he fixed this in-compatibility in his repo already. Though I cannot confirm if it works already nor if that code-base is also compatible with trunk < r2473 etc...

HTH. Greetings,

Mischa.

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by Ludovic Alcala over 8 years ago

Ok, thank you, i will wait the new version :).

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by Eric Davis over 8 years ago

Thanks Mischa, I would have updated this thread but I've been so busy fixing my the plugins. :(

As of right now, the Stuff To Do plugin is working with the latest Redmine trunk. I'm planning on doing some more tests to make sure it's also compatible with Redmine 0.8.x. I'll probably be posting a bugfix release for it soon.

http://github.com/edavis10/redmine-stuff-to-do-plugin/tree/master

Eric

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by Bryan Wilson over 7 years ago

Hi guys

Have any of you got this plugin working with Redmine 0.9? I've tried and I get an Internal Server Error 500.

Here's my production log:

Processing StuffToDoController#index (for 10.8.29.192 at 2010-01-25 15:32:31) [GET]
Parameters: {"action"=>"index", "controller"=>"stuff_to_do"}

NoMethodError (undefined method `get_values' for #<Class:0xb6dcfd64>):
vendor/plugins/stuff_to_do_plugin/app/models/next_issue_filter.rb:26:in `get_priorites'
vendor/plugins/stuff_to_do_plugin/app/models/next_issue_filter.rb:8:in `initialize'
vendor/plugins/stuff_to_do_plugin/app/controllers/stuff_to_do_controller.rb:55:in `new'
vendor/plugins/stuff_to_do_plugin/app/controllers/stuff_to_do_controller.rb:55:in `filters_for_view'
vendor/plugins/stuff_to_do_plugin/app/controllers/stuff_to_do_controller.rb:14:in `index'
/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/mongrel.rb:159:in `process_client'
/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/mongrel.rb:158:in `each'
/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/mongrel.rb:158:in `process_client'
/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/mongrel.rb:285:in `run'
/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/mongrel.rb:285:in `initialize'
/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/mongrel.rb:285:in `new'
/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/mongrel.rb:285:in `run'
/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/mongrel.rb:268:in `initialize'
/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/mongrel.rb:268:in `new'
/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/mongrel.rb:268:in `run'

Rendering /var/www/redmine/public/500.html (500 Internal Server Error)

Any ideas as to what's wrong?

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by Holger Just over 7 years ago

That's a known bug. See https://projects.littlestreamsoftware.com/issues/3501.

You can apply the attached patch or checkout my github fork from http://github.com/meineerde/redmine-stuff-to-do-plugin which also fixes your issue.

--Holger

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by Paul paul over 7 years ago

Is it possible to configure the plugin in such a way that a developer (non-manager) can see the Stuff To Do of other developers?
I don't see any permissions that are settable in the Permissions Report within the Administration module...
Thanks!

RE: Stuff To Do plugin - v0.2.0 released - Added by Eric Davis over 7 years ago

Paul paul wrote:

Is it possible to configure the plugin in such a way that a developer (non-manager) can see the Stuff To Do of other developers?
I don't see any permissions that are settable in the Permissions Report within the Administration module...

No, only administrators can view other user's stuff to do. It's a limitation of Redmine's permissions being tied to a project, cross project visibility is difficult.

My Kanban Plugin went the opposite route, all issues are visible to everyone but only "managers" can edit them. This only works in a Redmine where users have open access but it might work for you until Redmine's permissions are rewritten.

Eric Davis

(1-12/12)