Admin tools: Edit roles by capability

tool_editrolesbycap
Maintained by Tim at Lone Pine Koala SanctuaryTim Hunt
A Moodle admin tool to edit the permissions for one capability in all roles on one screen.

Edit roles by capability 1.3 for Moodle 2.6+

Release notes

Edit roles by capability tool

Created by the Open University, UK.

Normally, when you edit roles in Moodle, you select one role, and can then edit
the permissions for all the capabilities for that role. This plugin presents an
alterative interface. You can select one capability, and then edit the
permissions for all roles for that capability.

Install this plugin into the admin/tool folder, in a subfolder called
editrolesbycap. You can do that using git as

git clone git://github.com/moodleou/moodle-tool_editrolesbycap.git admin/tool/editrolesbycap
echo '/admin/tool/editrolesbycap/' >> .git/info/exclude

You will get a new entry under Site administration -> Users -> Permissions that
lets you select a capability, and then edit the permission for that capability
in all role definition.
Moodle 2.6, 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 3.0, 3.1

Version information

Version build number
2014111200
Version release name
1.3 for Moodle 2.6+
Can be updated from
1.0 (2012032900), Version 1.1 for Moodle 2.2+ (2013020500), Version 1.2 for Moodle 2.2+ (2014010900), Version 1.2 for Moodle 2.2+ (2014010900)
Maturity
Stable version
MD5 Sum
296fb152e01737b48b49ba3c7202f9f7
Supported software
Moodle 2.6, Moodle 2.7, Moodle 2.8, Moodle 2.9, Moodle 3.0, Moodle 3.1
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 2.6
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 2.7
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 2.8
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 2.9
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 3.0
  • This is the latest release for Moodle 3.1

Version control information

Version control system (VCS)
GIT
VCS repository URL
VCS branch
master
VCS tag
v1.3

Default installation instructions for plugins of the type Admin tools

  1. Make sure you have all the required versions.
  2. Download and unpack the module.
  3. Place the folder (eg "mytool") in the "admin/tool" subdirectory.
  4. Visit http://yoursite.com/admin to finish the installation