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Redlime

by tosher ST3

Redlime: Sublime text 3 Redmine manager

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Redlime: SublimeText 3 Redmine manager

SublimeText 3 plugin to manage Redmine issues. Concept idea based on another plugin (fork): SubRed, but with many differences and improvements:

  • Fully customizable issue fields - default and custom.
  • Create new issues.
  • Edit all issue properties.
  • Show/open issue dependencies, subissues, attachments.
  • Redmine project as main path to issues (queries are supported too).
  • With improved interface and improved highlighting based on own syntax (or possible to use markdown themes).

Screenshots

Project issues list:

Issue:

Install

Package Control

The easiest way to install this is with Package Control.

  • If you just went and installed Package Control, you probably need to restart Sublime Text before doing this next bit.
  • Bring up the Command Palette (Command+Shift+p on OS X, Control+Shift+p on Linux/Windows).
  • Select “Package Control: Install Package” (it'll take a few seconds)
  • Select Redlime when the list appears.

Package Control will automatically keep Redlime up to date with the latest version.

Configure

Basic
  • Open plugin settings Preferences: Package Settings > Redlime > Settings – User.
  • Set the redmine_url and api_key.
  • Configure the issue_list_columns and issue_view_columns for showing issues as you want.
  • Set the projects_filter and assigned_to_group_id_filter for filtering data for your projects only.

Example:

{
    "redmine_url" : "URL to your Redmine",
    "api_key": "Set your Redmine API Key",
    "projects_filter": ["my_project_short_name", "my_another_project_short_name"],
    "assigned_to_group_id_filter": [17],
    "query_page_size": 40,
    "syntax_file": "Packages/Redlime/Redlime.tmLanguage",
    "issue_list_columns": [
        { "prop": "id", "colname": "#", "custom": false, "align": "right" },
        { "prop": "fixed_version", "colname": "Version", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "Build", "colname": "Build", "custom": true},
        { "prop": "tracker", "colname": "Type", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "priority", "colname": "Prior.", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "status", "colname": "Status", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "assigned_to", "colname": "Assigned", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "subject", "colname": "Subject", "custom": false, "maxlen": 80},
        { "prop": "done_ratio", "colname": "% Done", "custom": false, "type": "progressbar"},
    ],
    "issue_view_columns": [
        { "prop": "id", "colname": "Issue", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "project", "colname": "Project", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "fixed_version", "colname": "Version", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "status", "colname": "Status", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "priority", "colname": "Priority", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "done_ratio", "colname": "Done ratio", "custom": false, "type": "percentage"},
        { "prop": "author", "colname": "Author", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "assigned_to", "colname": "Assigned to", "custom": false},
        { "prop": "created_on", "colname": "Creation date", "custom": false, "type": "datetime"},
        { "prop": "Build", "colname": "Build", "custom": true}
    ]
}

Plugin commands:

Issues list commands

  • Redlime: Project issues
  • Redlime: List queries
  • r Redlime: Refresh issues
  • a Redlime: Assign filter - for project issues only
  • Redlime: Previous page
  • Redlime: Next page
  • Enter Redlime: View issue

Issue view/edit commands

  • r Redlime issue: Refresh
  • c Redlime issue: Post comment
  • v Redlime issue: Change version
  • s Redlime issue: Set status
  • m Redlime issue: Change project
  • F2 Redlime issue: Change subject
  • a Redlime issue: Assign to
  • p Redlime issue: Change priority
  • % Redlime issue: Change done ratio
  • g Redlime issue: Open in browser
  • l Redlime issue: Open selected link
  • d Redlime issue: Change description
  • i Redlime issue: Open selected issue
  • b Redlime issue: Change selected custom field
  • w Redlime issue: Open external wiki
  • Enter Redlime issue: Magic enter - run issue command by selected line
  • u Redlime issue: Toggle select mode - toggle full-line selection mode for possibility to copy any selected text.