Flyspray - The bug killer!

  • Status Closed
  • Percent Complete
    100%
  • Task Type Feature Request
  • Category User Interface
  • Assigned To
    Mac Newbold
  • Operating System All
  • Severity Low
  • Priority Very Low
  • Reported Version 0.9.5
  • Due in Version Undecided
  • Due Date Undecided
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Attached to Project: Flyspray - The bug killer!
Opened by Jamin W. Collins - 02.06.2004
Last edited by Anonymous Submitter - 28.08.2004

FS#273 - Personal task list export

Would like to see a means of exporting open/assigned tasks out to a portable format. Something that would allow the tasks to be migrated to a PDA or similar device. This would allow a developer taking a vacation/trip to grab a list of things that need to be worked on.

Closed by  Florian Schmitz
01.09.2006 14:14
Reason for closing:  Implemented in devel
Additional comments about closing:  

rev 781

Anonymous Submitter commented on 12.06.2004 07:43

This is certainly possible. Please provide more information about such things as the export format and the amount of detail required. My PDA may have a 640×480 screen, but not everyone is that lucky.

Jamin W. Collins commented on 12.06.2004 16:01

export format could be something rather basic such as a CSV export. Then it would be up to another PDA specific utility or script to format the data.

Anonymous Submitter commented on 28.08.2004 07:59

Perhaps a tab on the new Reports ( FS#44 ) page could export a brief task list for this?

Hannu Kröger commented on 15.04.2005 11:21

Yes, a new tab would suit fine. CSV format is probably the easiest and the most portable.

Mac Newbold commented on 27.05.2005 20:47

CSV would be great. Then it could also be imported into spreadsheet and/or database tools for analysis, reporting, graphing, or whatever else people might want to do with the data.

It seems like a function like this should be made available through XML-RPC too, but that’s another task.

Mac Newbold commented on 12.07.2005 15:47

I think I’d like to take on this task. I can think of two places this could be extremely useful: Exporting any task list (i.e. one generated by a search, etc.) to CSV, and exporting any report (from the reports page) to CSV. I’m inclined to tackle the task list one first, since that’s what was originally requested, but if there’s interest in the reports as well, we could make that part of this task, or a separate one. The XML-RPC interface would be great, but would need to be a separate task, I think.

Ludovic Gasc commented on 06.05.2006 08:28

The task system in flyspray is very good with priority, date and depends, but it’s impossible to view this in
great if each developper can see its timetable and tasks
other functionnality very interesting for developers is to download their tasks list. It’s very useful for developper to integrate this in PIM software (Kontact, evolution...). With this, the developer knows each task it’s possible to work even
possible to work in travel (train...). When the developer has finished a task, he signal this in PIM software. When Internet works, PIM software is synchronized with
all features, maybe the good idea is to reuse a free software. For example :
- http://phpicalendar.net/documentation/index.php/Main_Page
- http://www.k5n.us/webcalendar.php
- http://pear.php.net/pepr/pepr-proposal-show.php?id=251

Ludovic Gasc commented on 26.06.2006 22:05

Hi everybody,

I see this PHP library to create easily ical export : http://bennu.sourceforge.net/ Maybe it’s the good choice to implement quickly this feature ?

Ludovic Gasc commented on 27.06.2006 20:43

Another project for this : http://sourceforge.net/projects/php-flp/

Ludovic Gasc commented on 09.07.2006 01:00

I have written an icalendar export for this
can download this on : http://www.tfcfrance.free.fr/contributions/icalendar_flyspray.zip

I have a bug with percent complete of each task, all tasks are marked at 100%.

Phil commented on 25.04.2007 18:09

the above icalendar_flyspray.zip does not work

Notice: Undefined variable: sql_user_1 in /home/bla/bla ... sql_user_2 ... AND p.others_view = ‘1’ ORDER BY date_opened DESC} with params {1} Failed! (Unknown column ‘t.attached_to_project’ in ‘on clause’)

recommend re-opening (calendar view would be really helpful)

Phil commented on 25.04.2007 18:13

See  FS#957 

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Florian Schmitz commented on 25.04.2007 18:56

No reopening necessary, as a similar task does already exist and this task is not at all bout calendar stuff ;)

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