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@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ Changelog
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0.2.1 (2012-02-17)
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+------------------
* Supports Trac 0.12 for real this time (http://trac-hacks.org/ticket/9803)
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@@ -1,34 +1,28 @@
-To install:
+To install::
-{{{
-pip install -r requirements.txt
-python setup.py develop
-}}}
+ pip install -r requirements.txt
+ python setup.py develop
-Add to your trac.conf:
-{{{
-[components]
-multireposearch.* = enabled
-}}}
+Add to your trac.conf::
-Upgrade your trac environment:
-{{{
-trac-admin path/to/env upgrade
-}}}
+ [components]
+ multireposearch.* = enabled
-Prepare all available repositories with an initial indexing:
-{{{
-trac-admin path/to/env multireposearch reindex_all
-}}}
+Upgrade your trac environment::
+
+ trac-admin path/to/env upgrade
+
+Prepare all available repositories with an initial indexing::
+
+ trac-admin path/to/env multireposearch reindex_all
You will now be able to perform text searches of repository contents through the trac search UI.
As long as you have your trac post-commit or post-receive hooks properly configured,
source will remain up-to-date.
-Otherwise, to manually reindex a single repository, you ca run:
-{{{
-trac-admin path/to/env multireposearch reindex repo-name
-}}}
+Otherwise, to manually reindex a single repository, you ca run::
+
+ trac-admin path/to/env multireposearch reindex repo-name
Where repo-name is the name assigned to your repository in Trac.

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