After making a few tracs and subversion repos by hand and having to do all the little things that need setting up to make things run smoothly (remembering to give svn trunk/tags/branches directories, setting up trac authentication, etc.), I decided to make a little shell script to do most of it for me.
The script I wrote takes a name as its argument and makes a trac and a repository using that name and makes a linked pair with all the bits set the way I need them in my environment for basic functionality. The repository is accessible to anyone in group `dev`, and I am the only admin on the trac.
#!/bin/bash if [ $# != 1 ]; then echo "Usage: $0
" exit 1 fi PROJ=$1 SVNPATH=/var/svn/$PROJ TRACPATH=/var/trac/$PROJ echo "About to create svn/trac for project $PROJ." echo " svn: $SVNPATH" echo " trac: $TRACPATH" echo "Press Ctrl-C to abort." sleep 5 svnadmin create $SVNPATH chown -R root:dev $SVNPATH chmod -R g+ws $SVNPATH svn mkdir -m "Directory layout" file://$SVNPATH/trunk file://$SVNPATH/branches file://$SVNPATH/tags # initenv trac-admin $TRACPATH initenv $PROJ sqlite:db/trac.db svn $SVNPATH chmod g+w $TRACPATH/db chmod g+w $TRACPATH/db/trac.db cat >> $TRACPATH/conf/trac.ini <
Things I might like to fix someday:
1. I create duplicate sections in the trac.ini, although it appears to parse them OK.
1. I'd like it to put a link on the wiki start page with the URL to the repository.