Created on 2007-05-26 20:59 by forest, last changed 2021-08-21 19:45 by rouilj.
||Author: [hidden] (forest)
||Date: 2007-05-26 20:59
Roundup's web UI makes it very easy to unlink a message or file from an issue, with a nice big 'remove' button next to each one. Any user can do this with one click, yet I don't see an easy way to reverse the operation. The only ways I have found so far to re-link a message are to log in to the host server and run a roundup-admin command, or contrive a custom URL using detailed knowledge from the customization docs. This makes it a hassle to deal with accidental or inappropriate removals.
I'd like to see a relink or restore command on the web UI, for symmetry with the remove button.
I tried adding this myself, but the only place I found that knew where a message had been unlinked from was the item history, which is not displayed using a template. Consequently, I had to hack up the templating.py code, imposing my change on all trackers. I wasn't satisfied with the result.
||Author: [hidden] (ajaksu2)
||Date: 2009-04-13 00:06
Issue 2550536 has an implementation of this RFE, also tracked at