Manually adding a comment should increase
Correction, something like the following could do a better job. I'll setup a test instance and report back:diff --git a/todosrht/tracker_import.py b/todosrht/tracker_import.py index fd89311..e68a59f 100644 --- a/todosrht/tracker_import.py +++ b/todosrht/tracker_import.py @@ -70,6 +70,7 @@ def _import_comment(ticket, event, edata): comment.authenticity = TicketAuthenticity.authentic else: comment.authenticity = TicketAuthenticity.tampered + ticket.comment_count += 1 db.session.add(comment) db.session.flush() event.comment_id = comment.id
Problem is ticket comments are stored as an integer and the import doesn't set that value automatically. Looking at the migration code it looks like after every import something like this should run:UPDATE ticket t SET comment_count = ( SELECT count(*) FROM ticket_comment WHERE ticket_id = t.id AND superceeded_by_id IS NULL )
Here we go a test for testing.
I imported a number of tickets exported from a flyspray(.org) tracker and while successful, the overview doesn't show the number of comments per ticket.
aatestfoo = 3 if foo: print(foo)