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From Edit Mera <>
Subject Re: Donay/Incentify plugin
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2013 10:32:25 GMT
Hi Dave,
Thanks for adding the Incentify plugin to the list.
I need some help to customize the ticket.html template to show a panel like
on this issue page
In order to do this I have to add a code snippet to the ticket.html
<script type="text/javascript">
    incentify_type = 'allura';
    incentify_width = 728;
    incentify_height = 90;
    incentify_panel_type = 'html';
   <script type="text/javascript" src=""<>

I have read the docs at
What I tried so far:
-adding [forgetracker] or [forgetracker.override] or [tickets] to Incentify,
but I get 'invalid tool incentify' error in log when accessing a ticket page

-adding the file

-in entry point target class (DonayIncentifyApp):

-in a RootController class: @expose('jinja:
def index...

What do I have to add in
What do my ticket.html/controller have to contain? Just the part which is
new, or I have to copy the whole content from the original files and add my
I apologize for asking such basic things, but my python/allura experience
is quite limited.


On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 8:50 PM, Dave Brondsema <> wrote:

> So yesterday I came across
> is a
> plugin for Allura that I didn't know existed before :)  I think some of the
> Donay developers are on this list.  Perhaps I missed it, but feel free to
> publicize things like this here.  Great to see plugins being developed.  I
> added
> it to the list at feel
> free to add to that)
> Also, the merge request #4 is closed now, so it may be possible to have a
> better
> version of the Incentify plugin that doesn't require template modification.
> --
> Dave Brondsema :
> : personal
> : programming
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