BecomeUser update

An updated version for 3.8.6+ compatibility has been uploaded to CPAN
and is available from http://search.cpan.org/~jpierce

I’ve also notified modules@ of my desire for ACLs on the project since
poddar is MIA and the module needs a maintainer who can publish working
versions that are visible to the public…

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Hello Jerrad,

I installed your BecomeUser version from http://search.cpan.org/~jpierce/RTx-BecomeUser-1.10_2/
but it does not appear in Configuration -> Tools unfortunately.

I am using rt 3.8.8. with RT::Authen::ExternalAuth could this be the the problem ?

I believe that files are in place and the permissions are fine.
Or do I have to put something into the Set(@Plugins, qw/…/); array ?

find $PWD | grep -i Become

/data/rt3/local/man/auto/RTx/BecomeUser
/data/rt3/local/man/auto/RTx/BecomeUser/.packlist
/data/rt3/local/man/man3/RTx::BecomeUser.3pm
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/lib
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/lib/RTx
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/lib/RTx/BecomeUser.pm
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Admin
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Admin/Tools
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Admin/Tools/BecomeUser.html
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Callbacks
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Callbacks/BecomeUserCallbacks
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Callbacks/BecomeUserCallbacks/Admin
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Callbacks/BecomeUserCallbacks/Admin/Elements
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Callbacks/BecomeUserCallbacks/Admin/Elements/UserTabs
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Callbacks/BecomeUserCallbacks/Admin/Elements/UserTabs/Default
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Callbacks/BecomeUserCallbacks/Admin/Elements/ToolTabs
/data/rt3/local/plugins/RTx-BecomeUser/html/Callbacks/BecomeUserCallbacks/Admin/Elements/ToolTabs/Default

Or is there another way using RT::Authen::ExternalAuth to become someone else in rt to test the permissions etc
without having to change the password of the user ?

Thanks in advance
Joe