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tracd(1)						      General Commands Manual							  tracd(1)

NAME
tracd - Stand alone Trac HTTP server SYNOPSIS
tracd [options] <projenv> [projenv] ... OVERVIEW
tracd is a simple stand alone Trac HTTP server. It can be used as an alternative to using trac.cgi with apache. Trac is a minimalistic web-based software project management and bug/issue tracking system. It provides an interface to the Subversion revision control systems, an integrated wiki, flexible issue tracking and convenient report facilities. Documentation for tracd, Trac in general, including detailed usage explanations and tutorials can be be found in the Trac wiki at http://trac.edgewall.com/. Run `tracd -h' to access the built-in tool documentation. tracd(1)

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Net::Trac::TicketSearch(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			      Net::Trac::TicketSearch(3pm)

NAME
Net::Trac::TicketSearch - A ticket search (custom query) in Trac SYNOPSIS
my $search = Net::Trac::TicketSearch->new( connection => $trac ); $search->query( owner => 'hiro', status => { 'not' => [qw(new reopened)] }, summary => { 'contains' => 'yatta!' }, reporter => [qw( foo@example.com bar@example.com )] ); print $_->id, " " for @{$search->results}; DESCRIPTION
This class allows you to run ticket searches on a remote Trac instance. ACCESSORS
connection limit [NUMBER] Get/set the maximum number of results to fetch. Default is 500. This may also be limited by the Trac instance itself. results Returns an arrayref of Net::Trac::Tickets for the current query. url Returns the relative URL for the current query (note the format will be CSV). METHODS
query [PARAMHASH] Performs a ticket search with the given search conditions. Specify a hash of "column =" value> pairs for which to search. Values may be a simple scalar, a hashref, or an arrayref. Specifying a hashref allows you to select a different operator for comparison (see below for a list). An arrayref allows multiple values to be or'd for the same column. Unfortunately Trac has no way of anding multiple values for the same column. Valid operators are "is" (default), "not", "contains", "lacks", "startswith", and "endswith". Returns undef on error and the results otherwise. LICENSE
Copyright 2008-2009 Best Practical Solutions. This package is licensed under the same terms as Perl 5.8.8. perl v5.12.3 2009-05-27 Net::Trac::TicketSearch(3pm)
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