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|0022960||mantisbt||roadmap||public||2017-06-01 02:23||2017-06-11 13:44|
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|Summary||0022960: Request: "Follows" relationship|
In my road map, I have some features and tasks grouped under another feature, which acts kind of like a category or header.
In this case, I want the three items to list in the roadmap in a specific order:
What I think would work is a relationship that can only have one value per issue, called "follows". 202 would follow 203, which would follow 201. Mantis would use this to determine the order in which to list the items, excluding any that don't belong in the hierarchy.
200 User System
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I indented the items under "User System" but obviously, the indents did not show up.
Do you agree that your feature request is covered by 0008270 ?
Hi. 0008270 requests that the existing parent/child hierarchy have the ability to "collapse" nodes in "trees". In this case, "trees" are essentially what already exists in the Mantis roadmap. It then adds that nodes in the tree should show an overall progress, based on the status of nodes underneath.
That is a very different request, as compared with this one. My request is strictly about allowing the user to enforce an order on the listing of issues in the roadmap. It does not address the idea of progress display or collapsing nodes in a tree.
|2017-06-01 02:23||ahhq||New Issue|
|2017-06-01 02:29||ahhq||Note Added: 0057009|
|2017-06-01 03:09||atrol||Status||new => feedback|
|2017-06-01 03:09||atrol||Note Added: 0057010|
|2017-06-01 04:20||ahhq||Note Added: 0057015|
|2017-06-01 04:20||ahhq||Status||feedback => new|
|2017-06-02 02:04||vboctor||Note Edited: 0057015||View Revisions|
|2017-06-11 13:44||atrol||Relationship added||related to 0008270|
|2017-06-11 13:44||atrol||Relationship added||related to 0004639|