As of JIRA 5 the Advanced Settings will show a new, unset Option called:
(Which is set in constant JIRA_OPTION_ENABLED_DARK_FEATURES)
What does this mean and what is it for?
Some "dark forces from the other side"? :=)
I think they are "labs" features... you could set them through system properties, or I guess globally in the UI.
Here are a couple of examples...
The second one is a bit self-explanatory, you'd have to experiment or look at the code to see what #1 does.
Nope, it is Star Wars day. But yes, it's a real option. I'd be interested to know how you get on - from what I've seen, it's either something to do with users being able to enable/disable functions for themselves, or possibly something to do with renering.
Just found a darkfeatures-panel.vm:
##disable_html_escaping() TODO REENABLE #* @vtlvariable name="textUtils" type="com.opensymphony.util.TextUtils" *# #* @vtlvariable name="isAdmin" type="boolean" *# #* @vtlvariable name="globalEnabledFeatures" type="java.util.List<com.atlassian.jira.config.CoreFeatures>" *# #* @vtlvariable name="userEnabledFeatures" type="java.util.List<com.atlassian.jira.config.CoreFeatures>" *# <div class="module isolated"> <div class="mod-content"> <form class="aui" action="EditDarkFeatures.jspa"> <section id="global-dark-features"> <h3>Site-wide Dark Features</h3> <p> These dark features are enabled for the entire site. ## TODO - copy site dark-features admin from Confluence too, and link from here for admins. ## #if ($isAdmin) ## <a href="$req.contextPath/admin/darkfeatures.action">Change</a> ## #else They may only be disabled by an administrator. ## #end </p> <ul> #if ($globalEnabledFeatures.size()) #foreach($feature in $globalEnabledFeatures) <li> $textUtils.htmlEncode($feature) </li> #end #else <li> No global dark features enabled </li> #end </ul> </section> <section id="user-dark-features"> <h3>User Dark Features</h3> <p> These dark features affect you only: </p> <ul> #if ($userEnabledFeatures.size()) #foreach($feature in $userEnabledFeatures) #set ($featureStr = $textUtils.htmlEncode($feature)) <li> $featureStr ## This could use an XSRF token... worth it? E.g. &amp;#url_xsrfToken() (<a href="EditDarkFeatures.jspa?action=remove&featureKey=$featureStr">remove</a>) </li> #end #else <li> No user dark features enabled </li> #end </ul> </section> <div class="field-group"> <label for="feature-key">Enable dark feature:</label> <input id="feature-key" type="text" value="" name="featureKey" class="text"> </div> <div class="buttons-container content-footer"> <div class="buttons"> <input type="submit" value="Submit" class="button"> </div> </div> </form> </div> </div>
So it looks like there is a EditDarkFeatures.jspa somewhere out there ;)
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