View Task Scanner on the plugin site for more information.
Love this plugin! can't wait until it aggregates all the tasks/source into a list that users can see.
Hi, seems to be a cool plugin, unfortunately I don't get the Task-Icon (just a broken-image icon)). The url the image referes is "http://<ourserver>/hudson/plugin/tasks/icons/tasks-48x48.png" and on the menu "http://<ourserver>/hudson/plugin/tasks/icons/tasks-24x24.png"
If you can fix that it would be great
Another Comment: The "Open Task Trend" only updates when a full refresh is done (Ctrl-F5).
You should add a timestamp or anthing else to your request, so the graph is regenerated.
Please use the issue tracker for recording RFEs and issues.
Had a little bit of trouble installing this plug-in... it downloads as ZIP and not as .HPI. But once renamed the .zip to .hpi (no unzip) and uploaded via the /hudson/managePlugins console (it didn't work when I just unzipped it into the $HUDSON_HOME/plugins) and restarted, all is well.
And it looks good! And useful. Thank you.
We have sources in utf-8 and comments not in english. Plugin shows tasks in weird symbols. This is also true for links to source files. Like
High Priority: FIXME
Line 100: Р•СЃР»Рё РјРѕРґРµР»СЊ РёР- РЅР°С‡Р°Р»СЊРЅРѕ СЃРѕРґРµСЂР¶Р°Р»Р° РЅРµРІРµСЂРЅРѕРµ
Browser is setup to view page in utf-8.
How can i fix that?
nice to know:
Do not use file patterns like */.jsp, in case *.jsp are present in the target directory, you get twice the tasks.
Use */src//.jsp instead.
Wiki markup misformed the file patterns, should be
Do not use file patterns like **/.jsp, in case *.jsp are present in the target directory, you get twice the tasks.
Use **/src/**/*.jsp instead.
Sorry, i posted an anonymous child element on the page, please remove it, since i am not privileged to.
I wrote the text again as a comment....
don't know if this is a bug or not, but the task scanner doesn't work correctly,
for the graphic there is a broken link on the status page.
I upgraded Hudson to 1.88 and the Scanner to 2.0
An Exception ist thrown and shown on the webpage:
javax.servlet.ServletException: java.lang.ClassCastException: java.lang.Object cannot be cast to hudson.plugins.tasks.TasksResult
Greetings from germany,
the problem arose when throwing the 1.88 hudson.war into the tomcat webapps container and was not deployed corectly... so 1.86 was running with tasks 2.0.... I had to setup Hudson new to get the tasks running again....
I get the following exception, there are also a lot of exception during startup for task-2.4.
What should be deleted for the task plugin upgrade to work?
Scanning workspace files for tasks...
If you use keyword like WARNING then it is going to report variables and any strings that have it like
Stirng WARNINGS ="asdf"; IMHO it should look for keyword + ' '.
Please use the issue tracker for improvements and defects. I created one for you: JENKINS-1738
The help doesn't tell you, but you can have multiple fileset defined. For example for C++ you can have two extensions checked:
Files to scan: src/*.cpp, src/*.h
Thanks for reporting, I updated the description of the field: https://github.com/jenkinsci/tasks-plugin/commit/20f1de12cbff61b8b9aa0a14fbfe462b1c9b41be
Is it possible to get the absolute or relative path displayed for a file?
I'm scanning C# resource files for specific substrings, and currently this plugin reports the file name only, which makes it a bit hard to find the file in question since we tend to have a large number of files named Resources.resx
In which view?
Interested to know what people are using for their high/medium/low priority task tags?
The screenshot shows "FIXME" and "TODO", which are obviously a good starting point, but what other markers are people using?
I've got "@deprecated" in low priority.
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