Patch #26359

User linking by id ("user:74")

Added by Andrey Lobanov (RedSoft) 4 months ago. Updated 3 months ago.

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Category:Text formatting
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Description

I think this feature won't hurt.
So now you can type:

user:74

and
user:woblavobla

User_linking_by_id.patch Magnifier (661 Bytes) Andrey Lobanov (RedSoft), 2017-07-05 15:36

History

#1 Updated by Mischa The Evil 4 months ago

  • Category set to Text formatting
  • Status changed from New to Needs feedback
I don't get it. What does your patch add in contrast to what is already supported? As of Redmine 3.4.0, user links in the following formats are supported:
  • user#userid (eg. user#1)
  • user:login (eg. user:admin)
  • @login (eg. @admin)
For the rationale behind the supported syntax, see #4179. Basically, it comes down to this:
  • Redmine links with a pound sign behind the object take a numerical value
  • Redmine links with a colon behind the object take a textual value

Can you please elaborate on the purpose of and rationale behind your patch?

#2 Updated by Andrey Lobanov (RedSoft) 3 months ago

Mischa The Evil wrote:

I don't get it. What does your patch add in contrast to what is already supported? As of Redmine 3.4.0, user links in the following formats are supported:
  • user#userid (eg. user#1)
  • user:login (eg. user:admin)
  • @login (eg. @admin)
For the rationale behind the supported syntax, see #4179. Basically, it comes down to this:
  • Redmine links with a pound sign behind the object take a numerical value
  • Redmine links with a colon behind the object take a textual value

Can you please elaborate on the purpose of and rationale behind your patch?

I'm sorry my local trunk was at 3.3.0, so this feature wasn't implemented.

#3 Updated by Mischa The Evil 3 months ago

  • Status changed from Needs feedback to Closed

I'm sorry [...]

Not a problem. I'll close this issue accordingly.

[...] my local trunk was at 3.3.0, so this feature wasn't implemented.

OT: still, your patch won't apply to 3.3.0 either...

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