Custom Query (18300 matches)


Show under each result:

Results (4 - 6 of 18300)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Ticket Resolution Summary Owner Reporter
#5 fixed Trac Ticket setup: establishing components, milestones, versions alex lhl <[email protected]…>

One of the coolest things about Trac 0.8 is its ability to automatically generate roadmaps from tickets. When done properly, this is really really cool.

It's a good idea to establish a good set of milestones (dates can be assigned if desired), versions and components (not hierarchical, but probably good enough for covering the basics: toolkit components, and the related documentation, demo apps, administriva, etc)

#6 worksforme References to 'blank.html' alex anonymous

There appear to be references to [CURRENT DIR]/blank.html which is not immediately obvious and generates a 404 error. Ideally this would be abstracted out entirely, as a second posibility if this could be a fixed location (as opped to making multiple blank.htmls for each directory), finally if neither is easy or feasable it would be useful if it was mentioned.

#7 fixed bind() behavior with formNode + url (+ method) not well defined alex anonymous

In trying to work with the form handling features of dojo, I have a snippet that works fine under Firefox but fails under IE 6.

Heres the code snippet:

  function divChange() {
    var divToChange = document.getElementById("directoryInner");
    var inputForm = document.getElementById("directorySearch");{
      url: "/tools/directory_inner.jsp",
      load: function(type, data, evt){
        divToChange.innerHTML = data;
      error: function(type, error){
        alert("Error: " + error.message);
      mimetype: "text/plain",
      formNode: inputForm

The form has a button that calls 'divChange()' and the form has an onSubmit="divChange(); return false;"

As mentioned on Firefox this works. On MS-IE 6, the request seems to generate a "sampleTransport Error: 404 Not Found". When I look at the request on the server I see a request to "/tools/[object]?search=foo", which appears as if the 'url' parameter is not in a string format.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Note: See TracQuery for help on using queries.