Custom fields support is a great feature for any product. It lets extending an object with user-specific data, this way allowing to do more with the extended object.
The next step would be to make objects “richer”... That’s what the Extended Fields plugin does! It does this by adding new rich custom field types (“Project”) and by allowing to specify RHTML templates for any custom field (based on just type or name) this way enriching it. It also extends users and projects listings (in “Administration”) by letting specify, which columns to show.
- License: GNU General Public License (GPL) v2.0
- External issue: #2906, #7067, #10267, #11295, #13588
- Redmine page: www.redmine.org/plugins/extended_fields
- Programming language: Ruby
- SVN Repository:
svn co http://svn.s-andy.com/extended-fields extended_fields
- Latest version: 0.2.3 (almost 7 years ago)
- Redmine: 2.5.x, 2.4.x, 2.3.x, 1.4.x
- ChiliProject: 3.x, 2.x
Author: Andriy Lesyuk
Extended Fields 0.2.3 with "less" features
Support for Redmine 2.4.x and 2.5.x plus some bug fixes.
Bug fixes, improvements and Redmine 2.3
Support for Redmine 2.3.x, fix for ChiliProject 3.x, many bug fixes, most of which were made with help of the community, and some interesting improvements like support for date custom fields on the calendar...
Extended Fields 0.2.1 with Redmine 2.2.x support
This is mainly the maintenance release coming with fixes for bugs found in 0.2.0b and with support for Redmine 2.2.x.
Extend Fields 0.2.0b under Redmine 2.x
This release includes support for Redmine 1.4, 2.0 and 2.1. Bug fixes for issues listing PDF export and grouping are included.
Can't stop the Extended Something plugins to extend... something in Redmine and ChiliProject! This time users and projects listings got extended!