Adds a downloads section to Trac
This plugin provides a downloads section which may contain releases or other files. It is administrated via the Web admin interface and there is an interface to the
trac-admin tool that may help during automatic server maintenance. The Downloads section of Trac displays a table with information about the uploaded files such as description, component, version, size, architecture, type and optionally assigned tags which the download is related to. It also collects information about the number of downloads which can be displayed on a wiki page together with direct links to the specified download.
See also: TracDownloaderPlugin
Existing bugs and feature requests for DownloadsPlugin are here.
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Download the zipped source from here.
General instructions on installing Trac plugins can be found on the TracPlugins page.
After installing the plugin you can set up configuration variables in
trac.ini. Their default values are:
[downloads] additional_tags = author,component,version,architecture,platform,\ type # If TagsPlugin is installed architecture_sort = name architecture_sort_direction = asc consoleadmin_user = anonymous download_sort = time download_sort_direction = desc ext = zip,gz,bz2,rar max_size = 268697600 path = ../downloads platform_sort = name platform_sort_direction = asc type_sort = name type_sort_direction = asc unique_filename = False visible_fields = id,file,description,size,time,count,author,tags,\ component,version,architecture,platform,type
pathis the location where the uploaded downloads are stored. It has to be accessible for writing to web server.
extvariable restricts allowed extensions of uploaded files.
unique_filenameis enabled, then the plugin checks if the file name of the download file is not already occupied by any other download file.
visible_fieldsvariable controls appearance of downloads table columns in Downloads section.
consoleadmin_useroption serves for permission checks when listing, adding or removing downloads using
additional_tagsconfigures from which fields the download tags should be also generated.
Enable the plugin using the following in trac.ini:
[components] tracdownloads.* = enabled
In 0.12 branch, the
DownloadsCore component was split into the
DownloadsDownloads component, which handles Downloads section of Trac, and the
DownloadsCore component that serves file download requests and other core features. This means that you can disable the
DownloadsDownloads component to hide Downloads section from users.
admin module was renamed to
The next step is to upgrade your Trac environment:
trac-admin <path_to_environment> upgrade
Note: Some environments might not handle download of large files gracefully. Notably the fcgi wrapper may timeout. A possible work around, that also adds HTTP "Range:" header support, is telling Trac to use "X-Sendfile". This may require configuration of your HTTP server as well:
[trac] use_xsendfile = True
This plugin defines the following permissions:
DOWNLOADS_VIEWfor normal users.
DOWNLOADS_ADMINfor people who upload and administer downloads.
DOWNLOADS_ADDpermission allows a user to upload downloads without access to the WebAdmin interface.
You can grant these permissions using these commands:
trac-admin <path_to_environment> permission add <user> DOWNLOADS_VIEW trac-admin <path_to_environment> permission add <user> DOWNLOADS_ADD # Branch 0.12 only. trac-admin <path_to_environment> permission add <user> DOWNLOADS_ADMIN
There are a few wiki macros available:
[download:<download_id> <text>] or [download:<download_filename> <text>]
Displays link to download identified by ID
<download_id> or filename
<download_filename> with text
[[DownloadsCount(1)]] [[DownloadsCount(1, 2, 3)]] [[DownloadsCount(foo.zip)]] [[DownloadsCount(1, foo.zip, bar.rar, 3)]] [[DownloadsCount()]] [[DownloadsCount(0)]]
Displays sum of number of downloads for downloads identified by comma separated list of IDs or filenames. If there is an empty list or any zero (such as in the last two examples), then the sum of all number of downloads is returned. Non-existing downloads silently count as zero. Works with branch 0.12 only.
Displays same table that is displayed in Downloads section of the Trac on a wiki page. Works with branch 0.12 only.
There is the ability to list, insert or delete downloads from server's console/script with following commands:
trac-admin <path_to_environment> download list trac-admin <path_to_environment> download add <path_to_file> description=<description> \ author=<author> tags="<tag1> <tag2> ..." component=<component> version=<version> \ architecture=<architecture> platform=<platform> type=<type> trac-admin <path_to_environment> download remove <download_filename> trac-admin <path_to_environment> download remove <download_id>
All download attributes of
download add command are optional, only the file must be specified.
trac.ini option must be set to any user who has permission to perform the appropriate action.
- 16023 by rjollos on 2016-11-28 11:19:46
1.0.0dev: Conform to PEP8 and fix minor defects
- 16022 by rjollos on 2016-11-28 09:28:22
1.0.0dev: Remove duplicate
- 16021 by rjollos on 2016-11-28 09:26:04
The title can be renamed using the
[mainnav], as described in TracNavigation.