Reported by Stephen Leake, Oct 8, 2010
It is often useful to search for a closed issue, to reference in a current issue that is duplicate or similar. Showing all issues in a certain state is also a common task.
Comment 1 by Thomas Keller, Oct 26, 2010
Comment 2 by Thomas Keller, Mar 24, 2011
I'd like to expand this to some common UI for all issue lists, i.e. show open and closed issues for a search and allow to filter each of these lists additionally by their attached labels. This touches the views "My Issues", "My watch list" (only tag filtering has to be implemented there) and finally the search view itself.
Summary: allow limiting issue search, my issues and watch list by status and label
Comment 3 by Thomas Keller, Jun 29, 2011
Comment 4 by Thomas Keller, Oct 3, 2011
Since 85978a4 (branch feature.search-filter) the search results can now be filtered by open / closed state and tag.
Comment 5 by William Martin, Oct 6, 2011
Thomas, can we close this issue ? An "advance search" must be add to close the issue 154, so i think this issue is now duplicate of 154.
Comment 6 by Thomas Keller, Oct 6, 2011
Originally this ticket was only about search filtering, right, but I expanded it to the "my issues" and "watch list" views a couple of months back and we still have no label filtering in these views. (Only the filtering by open / closed state.) It should not be much work to implement label filtering there as well, but I'm currently busy with other things, so if you want to take over, be my guest. Maybe this generalization allows us to share most of the code base (view code and templates) between those use cases. After all both, the my issues / user issues and watch list views only add a simple additional restriction to the plain open issues view.
Comment 7 by Thomas Keller, Oct 6, 2011
And yes, before I forget it, the forge-wide issue and watch lists also have no label filter yet...
Comment 8 by Thomas Keller, Oct 31, 2011
I changed my mind, lets do the rest later.
Summary: allow limiting issue search by status and label