chbr1ch at gmail
Apr 19, 2012, 4:55 AM
Post #2 of 2
I have the same issue with my trac installation. I couldn't find a solution
so far. It would be nice if in the search result the characters could be
hidden that are not really relevant for identifying the right entry. E.g. I
don't need to have a link, which can be quiet long as part of the result
Any help is appreciated.
Am Montag, 18. August 2008 21:17:48 UTC+2 schrieb Scott Bussinger:
> Is there any way built into Trac to customize (or adjust or tweak) the
> search results page? I'm not concerned with what results are returned,
> but with how they're presented. We're using an instance of Trac for an
> internal help wiki and the search results are really much harder to
> read than I'd like. The current layout for hits seems to be something
> Grandparent/Parent/WikiPage: This is the first few characters of
> ... this is the area in the content showing the context near the
> hit ...
> by administrator 8/18/2008 9:30:00 AM
> In our case, almost every page starts with and is full of Macros (e.g.
> "[[PageOutline]]") and other "junk" that makes for very hard to read
> search results.
> I'd like to just eliminate the part after the title where it displays
> the first part of the content, the username/date stuff, and then
> filter the context section to remove macros and other formatting
> Is there any easy (or hard) way to do this? Or are there any
> alternative search modules I could try?
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