For the brave, standalone RT

With current DBIx::SearchBuilder and RT 3.1 checkouts, rt now passes all
tests with SQLite and the Standalone httpd. We’re now very close to
having a small-scale RT server with no external database or webserver
dependency. There are still a couple more hurdles before the entire app
can be distributed as a double-clickable executable for a given
platform, But it’s very, very close.

That is cool! How is the performance? Any limitations on
features?

-ToddOn Wed, Apr 28, 2004 at 02:44:04AM -0400, Jesse Vincent wrote:

With current DBIx::SearchBuilder and RT 3.1 checkouts, rt now passes all
tests with SQLite and the Standalone httpd. We’re now very close to
having a small-scale RT server with no external database or webserver
dependency. There are still a couple more hurdles before the entire app
can be distributed as a double-clickable executable for a given
platform, But it’s very, very close.


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Any closer?On Wed, Apr 28, 2004 at 02:44:04AM -0400, Jesse Vincent wrote:

With current DBIx::SearchBuilder and RT 3.1 checkouts, rt now passes all
tests with SQLite and the Standalone httpd. We’re now very close to
having a small-scale RT server with no external database or webserver
dependency. There are still a couple more hurdles before the entire app
can be distributed as a double-clickable executable for a given
platform, But it’s very, very close.


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Any closer?

Autrijus has built a demo. I don’t know if there’s active effort on this
front.

-j> On Wed, Apr 28, 2004 at 02:44:04AM -0400, Jesse Vincent wrote:

With current DBIx::SearchBuilder and RT 3.1 checkouts, rt now passes all
tests with SQLite and the Standalone httpd. We’re now very close to
having a small-scale RT server with no external database or webserver
dependency. There are still a couple more hurdles before the entire app
can be distributed as a double-clickable executable for a given
platform, But it’s very, very close.


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