Joakim Verona <joakim@...> writes:
> I have a small idea for a new feature.
> I use a bugtracker called "trac" for a java project.
> It would be nice if one could write in the source,
> "see #211 for details about this change"
> Where #211 would refer to bug 211 in the trac instance for this
> The #211 would be interpreted as a url, and you would wind up inside
> emacs-w3m pointing at the correct trac bug in the project the source
> file was in.
> That would mean that one would have to store the trac instance url
> inside a project file, that cedet would have to know about, like the
> jde project file.
> Cedet doesnt really have its own project file does it?
> Anyway, this was just a random idea, thanks for listening.
> If the idea were ever to be implemented, one could of course think up
> a plugin system to use savannah or sourceforge as bugtracker backends
> and so on.
My subversion integration for emacs (psvn.el, http://www.xsteve.at/prg/emacs/)
now provides a way to browse that information in trac.
Could you try my package and tell me, if it works for you?