[Instantrails-users] Integrating Trac with IR

Curt Hibbs curt.hibbs at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 14:37:26 EST 2006

Instant Rails is only three months old and no one has tried this yet, so you
are welcome to forge ahead.

I can tell from your enthusiam, that Instant Rails 2.0 is really going to
need a formal add-on or plug-in system.

I want to keep the core Instant Rails focused and avoid the kitchen-sink
mentality, but still allow for extensions (think of the Firefox model).


On 1/4/06, Paul Abbot <datapanix at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> All this talk about integrating this app or that app with InstantRails has
> caused me to do a Horseshack-like "Ooh! Ooh!"  How about getting Trac to
> play nice with IR?  I've got Trac running fine using the Apache2Triad
> all-in-one WAMP system, http://www.apache2triad.com.  However, I can't
> help thinking I'm viotating DRY by having 2 WAMP systems running (worse,
> they cant be run concurrently).  It looks like Trac needs Python plus a
> couple of extra libraries to run.  It doesn't sound too unreasonable to
> think that these can all be put into the InstantRails folder in keeping with
> the all-in-one philosophy.
> So, how 'bout it?  How cool would it be to have an IDE, a project
> management system, *and* the app server available all in one package?  I
> come seeking guidance, i.e. has anyone tried and/or succeeded in getting
> this setup to work.  If no, I'd be happy to jump in and give it a shot.
> Figured I'd throw it out to you all first before I go reinventing the
> wheel.
> Thanks.
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