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app/views/issues/show.html.erb

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+<%= render :partial => 'action_menu' %>
+
+<h2><%= issue_heading(@issue) %></h2>
+
+<div class="<%= @issue.css_classes %> details">
+  <% if @prev_issue_id || @next_issue_id %>
+    <div class="next-prev-links contextual">
+      <%= link_to_if @prev_issue_id,
+                     "\xc2\xab #{l(:label_previous)}",
+                     (@prev_issue_id ? issue_path(@prev_issue_id) : nil),
+                     :title => "##{@prev_issue_id}" %> |
+      <% if @issue_position && @issue_count %>
+        <span class="position"><%= l(:label_item_position, :position => @issue_position, :count => @issue_count) %></span> |
+      <% end %>
+      <%= link_to_if @next_issue_id,
+                     "#{l(:label_next)} \xc2\xbb",
+                     (@next_issue_id ? issue_path(@next_issue_id) : nil),
+                     :title => "##{@next_issue_id}" %>
+    </div>
+  <% end %>
+
+  <%= avatar(@issue.author, :size => "50") %>
+
+<div class="subject">
+<%= render_issue_subject_with_tree(@issue) %>
+</div>
+        <p class="author">
+        <%= authoring @issue.created_on, @issue.author %>.
+        <% if @issue.created_on != @issue.updated_on %>
+        <%= l(:label_updated_time, :value => time_tag(@issue.updated_on), :time => @issue.updated_on).html_safe %>.
+        <% end %>
+        </p>
+
+<table class="attributes">
+<%= issue_fields_rows do |rows|
+  rows.left l(:field_status), h(@issue.status.name), :class => 'status'
+  rows.left l(:field_priority), h(@issue.priority.name), :class => 'priority'
+
+  unless @issue.disabled_core_fields.include?('assigned_to_id')
+    rows.left l(:field_assigned_to), avatar(@issue.assigned_to, :size => "14").to_s.html_safe + (@issue.assigned_to ? link_to_user(@issue.assigned_to) : "-"), :class => 'assigned-to'
+  end
+  unless @issue.disabled_core_fields.include?('category_id')
+    rows.left l(:field_category), h(@issue.category ? @issue.category.name : "-"), :class => 'category'
+  end
+  unless @issue.disabled_core_fields.include?('fixed_version_id')
+    rows.left l(:field_fixed_version), (@issue.fixed_version ? link_to_version(@issue.fixed_version) : "-"), :class => 'fixed-version'
+  end
+
+  unless @issue.disabled_core_fields.include?('start_date')
+    rows.right l(:field_start_date), format_date(@issue.start_date), :class => 'start-date'
+  end
+  unless @issue.disabled_core_fields.include?('due_date')
+    rows.right l(:field_due_date), format_date(@issue.due_date), :class => 'due-date'
+  end
+  unless @issue.disabled_core_fields.include?('done_ratio')
+    rows.right l(:field_done_ratio), progress_bar(@issue.done_ratio, :width => '80px', :legend => "#{@issue.done_ratio}%"), :class => 'progress'
+  end
+  unless @issue.disabled_core_fields.include?('estimated_hours')
+    unless @issue.estimated_hours.nil?
+      rows.right l(:field_estimated_hours), l_hours(@issue.estimated_hours), :class => 'estimated-hours'
+    end
+  end
+  if User.current.allowed_to?(:view_time_entries, @project)
+    rows.right l(:label_spent_time), (@issue.total_spent_hours > 0 ? link_to(l_hours(@issue.total_spent_hours), project_issue_time_entries_path(@project, @issue)) : "-"), :class => 'spent-time'
+  end
+end %>
+<%= render_custom_fields_rows(@issue) %>
+<%= call_hook(:view_issues_show_details_bottom, :issue => @issue) %>
+</table>
+
+<% if @issue.description? || @issue.attachments.any? -%>
+<hr />
+<% if @issue.description? %>
+<div class="description">
+  <div class="contextual">
+  <%= link_to l(:button_quote), quoted_issue_path(@issue), :remote => true, :method => 'post', :class => 'icon icon-comment' if authorize_for('issues', 'edit') %>
+  </div>
+
+  <p><strong><%=l(:field_description)%></strong></p>
+  <div class="wiki">
+  <%= textilizable @issue, :description, :attachments => @issue.attachments %>
+  </div>
+</div>
+<% end %>
+<%= link_to_attachments @issue, :thumbnails => true %>
+<% end -%>
+
+<%= call_hook(:view_issues_show_description_bottom, :issue => @issue) %>
+
+<% if !@issue.leaf? || User.current.allowed_to?(:manage_subtasks, @project) %>
+<hr />
+<div id="issue_tree">
+<div class="contextual">
+  <%= link_to_new_subtask(@issue) if User.current.allowed_to?(:manage_subtasks, @project) %>
+</div>
+<p><strong><%=l(:label_subtask_plural)%></strong></p>
+<%= render_descendants_tree(@issue) unless @issue.leaf? %>
+</div>
+<% end %>
+
+<% if @relations.present? || User.current.allowed_to?(:manage_issue_relations, @project) %>
+<hr />
+<div id="relations">
+<%= render :partial => 'relations' %>
+</div>
+<% end %>
+
+</div>
+
+<% if @changesets.present? %>
+<div id="issue-changesets">
+<h3><%=l(:label_associated_revisions)%></h3>
+<%= render :partial => 'changesets', :locals => { :changesets => @changesets} %>
+</div>
+<% end %>
+
+<% if @journals.present? %>
+<div id="history">
+<h3><%=l(:label_history)%></h3>
+<%= render :partial => 'history', :locals => { :issue => @issue, :journals => @journals } %>
+</div>
+<% end %>
+
+
+<div style="clear: both;"></div>
+<%= render :partial => 'action_menu' %>
+
+<div style="clear: both;"></div>
+<% if @issue.editable? %>
+  <div id="update" style="display:none;">
+  <h3><%= l(:button_edit) %></h3>
+  <%= render :partial => 'edit' %>
+  </div>
+<% end %>
+
+<% other_formats_links do |f| %>
+  <%= f.link_to 'Atom', :url => {:key => User.current.rss_key} %>
+  <%= f.link_to 'PDF' %>
+<% end %>
+
+<% html_title "#{@issue.tracker.name} ##{@issue.id}: #{@issue.subject}" %>
+
+<% content_for :sidebar do %>
+  <%= render :partial => 'issues/sidebar' %>
+
+  <% if User.current.allowed_to?(:add_issue_watchers, @project) ||
+    (@issue.watchers.present? && User.current.allowed_to?(:view_issue_watchers, @project)) %>
+    <div id="watchers">
+      <%= render :partial => 'watchers/watchers', :locals => {:watched => @issue} %>
+    </div>
+  <% end %>
+<% end %>
+
+<% content_for :header_tags do %>
+    <%= auto_discovery_link_tag(:atom, {:format => 'atom', :key => User.current.rss_key}, :title => "#{@issue.project} - #{@issue.tracker} ##{@issue.id}: #{@issue.subject}") %>
+<% end %>
+
+<%= context_menu issues_context_menu_path %>

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config/locales/ru.yml


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init.rb

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+require 'redmine'
+
+Rails.configuration.to_prepare do
+  require 'redmine_abs_time/patches/app/helpers/application_helper'
+  ApplicationHelper.send :include, AbsTime::ApplicationHelperPatch
+end
+
+Redmine::Plugin.register :redmine_abs_time do
+	name 'Plugin to print absolute time'
+	author 'Dmitry Yu Okunev'
+	author_url 'http://gogs.ut.mephi.ru/dyokunev'
+	url 'redmine_abs_time'
+	version '0.0.1'
+end

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lib/redmine_abs_time/patches/app/helpers/application_helper.rb

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+# encoding: UTF-8
+
+module AbsTime
+	module ApplicationHelperPatch
+		def self.included(base)
+			base.send(:include, InstanceMethods)
+
+			base.class_eval do
+				unloadable
+
+				alias_method_chain :render_page_hierarchy, :abs_time
+				alias_method_chain :authoring, :abs_time
+			end
+		end
+
+		module InstanceMethods
+			def render_page_hierarchy_with_abs_time(pages, node=nil, options={})
+				content = '' 
+				if pages[node]
+					content << "<ul class=\"pages-hierarchy\">\n"
+					pages[node].each do |page|
+						content << "<li>"
+						content << link_to(h(page.pretty_title), {:controller => 'wiki', :action => 'show', :project_id => page.project, :id => page.title, :version => nil},
+								:title => (options[:timestamp] && page.updated_on ? l(:label_updated_time, distance_of_time_in_words(Time.now, page.updated_on), :time => page.updated_on) : nil))
+						content << "\n" + render_page_hierarchy(pages, page.id, options) if pages[page.id]
+						content << "</li>\n"
+					end  
+					content << "</ul>\n"
+				end  
+				content.html_safe
+			end
+			def authoring_with_abs_time(created, author, options={})
+				l(options[:label] || :label_added_time_by, :author => link_to_user(author), :age => time_tag(created), :time => created).html_safe
+			end
+		end
+	end
+end
+