Mason?

What do you think? That i did not read nothing befor i
send the first email for to the group ??? #$%#

:wink:

Well i have installed it but i stil get gibrish. It
wont translate. I got no errors while installing. I am
stumped.
?‚ÄĒ Niels Bakker niels=rt@bakker.net wrote:

What is mason?
I run apache on frebsd.

Have you read anything about how RT works? Such as
the installation
instructions? Mason is the macro/scripting language
much of RT is
written in. It’s a method of embedding Perl code in
HTML documents.
It won’t get interpreted outside its specific
environment within a
webserver.

‚ÄĒ Niels Bakker niels=rt@bakker.net wrote:

23:28 CET]:

I get these sines : %# %# %# <&|/l&>
and lots more like that when i run index.html
from

the HTML folder.
How do i disable it?

Don‚Äôt ‚Äúrun‚ÄĚ those files from the ‚Äúfolder‚ÄĚ but
view

them via a Web server
that understands Mason.

-- Niels.

Do You Yahoo!?
Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around
http://mail.yahoo.com

Partom Rule wrote:

What do you think? That i did not read nothing befor i
send the first email for to the group ??? #$%#

:wink:

Well i have installed it but i stil get gibrish. It
wont translate. I got no errors while installing. I am
stumped.
?
You didn’t give us any info that is required to help you thus you should
be polite and answer the questions which you shouldn’t answer if you ask
questions smart.

I run apache on frebsd.
Apache server has VESRSION as FreeBSD has too.

  • From README:
    3.1 Check for missing dependencies:

       make testdeps
    

What does it output?

  • What do you get if you run next?

perl -MHTML::Mason -e ‚Äėprint $HTML::Mason::VERSION ."\n"‚Äô

Regarding whether i want to use mod_perl or FastCGI,
well
i dont know. What are the differences?
What is better? What will run faster for alot of users
requests?
What hardware specs do i need?
I have Dual PII 266 with 512MB for RT.
My FreeBSD ver is 5.3B6
Apache 1.3.31_6
RT 3.0.12

running # perl -MHTML::Mason -e 'print
$HTML::Mason::VERSION ."\n"
gives: 1.27

running from 3.2.2 # make testdeps
gives:
/usr/bin/perl ./sbin/rt-test-dependencies --verbose
‚Äďwith-mysql
perl:
5.8.3…found
users:
rt group (rt)…found
bin owner (root)…found
libs owner (root)…found
libs group (bin)…found
web owner (www)…found
web group (www)…found
MASON dependencies:
Params::Validate 0.02…found
Cache::Cache …found
Exception::Class 1.14…found
HTML::Mason 1.23…found
MLDBM …found
Errno …found
FreezeThaw …found
Digest::MD5 2.27…found
CGI::Cookie 1.20…found
Storable 2.08…found
Apache::Session 1.53…found
XML::RSS …MISSING
MAILGATE dependencies:
HTML::TreeBuilder …found
HTML::FormatText …found
Getopt::Long …found
LWP::UserAgent …found
CLI dependencies:
Getopt::Long 2.24…found
CORE dependencies:
Digest::base …found
Digest::MD5 2.27…found
DBI 1.37…found
Test::Inline …found
Class::ReturnValue 0.40…found
DBIx::SearchBuilder 1.01…found
Text::Template …found
File::Spec 0.8…found
HTML::Entities …found
HTML::Scrubber 0.08…found
Net::Domain …found
Log::Dispatch 2.0…found
Locale::Maketext 1.06…found
Locale::Maketext::Lexicon 0.32…found
Locale::Maketext::Fuzzy …found
MIME::Entity 5.108…found
Mail::Mailer 1.57…found
Net::SMTP …found
Text::Wrapper …found
Time::ParseDate …found
File::Temp …found
Term::ReadKey …found
Text::Autoformat …found
Text::Quoted 1.3…found
Tree::Simple 1.04…MISSING
Scalar::Util …found
Module::Versions::Report …MISSING
DEV dependencies:
Regexp::Common …found
Time::HiRes …found
Test::Inline …found
Apache::Test …MISSING
HTML::Form …found
HTML::TokeParser …found
WWW::Mechanize …found
MYSQL dependencies:
DBD::mysql 2.1018…found

‚ÄĒ ‚ÄúRuslan U. Zakirov‚ÄĚ Ruslan.Zakirov@acronis.com
wrote:

Partom Rule wrote:

What do you think? That i did not read nothing
befor i
send the first email for to the group ??? #$%#

:wink:

Well i have installed it but i stil get gibrish.
It
wont translate. I got no errors while installing.
I am
stumped.
?
You didn’t give us any info that is required to help
you thus you should
be polite and answer the questions which you
shouldn’t answer if you ask
questions smart.

I run apache on frebsd.
Apache server has VESRSION as FreeBSD has too.

  • From README:
    3.1 Check for missing dependencies:

       make testdeps
    

What does it output?

  • What do you get if you run next?

perl -MHTML::Mason -e ‚Äėprint
$HTML::Mason::VERSION ."\n"’

17:49 CET]:

What is mason?

Have you read anything about how RT works? Such
as

the installation
instructions? Mason is the macro/scripting
language

much of RT is
written in. It’s a method of embedding Perl code
in

HTML documents.
It won’t get interpreted outside its specific
environment within a
webserver.

2004,

23:28 CET]:

I get these sines : %# %# %# <&|/l&>
and lots more like that when i run index.html

from

the HTML folder.
How do i disable it?

Don‚Äôt ‚Äúrun‚ÄĚ those files from the ‚Äúfolder‚ÄĚ but

view

them via a Web server
that understands Mason.

‚Äď Niels.


Do You Yahoo!?
Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam
protection around
http://mail.yahoo.com


http://lists.bestpractical.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/rt-users

Be sure to check out the RT wiki at
http://wiki.bestpractical.com

Do you Yahoo!?
Check out the new Yahoo! Front Page.

Regarding whether i want to use mod_perl or FastCGI,
well
i dont know. What are the differences?

Mod_perl is a perl interpreter linked/embedded within each
httpd (web server) process. FastCGI is a stand-alone perl process
that communicates directly with the httpd. Both solve the
problem of having to load perl and parse the script for every
request.

What is better? What will run faster for alot of users
requests?

There is probably no speed difference with equally well
tuned systems. Mod_perl is easier if you have a lot of
different perl-based applications since you don’t have to
set up separate handlers for each. FastCGI is easier to
tune for one or a few applications because you can control
how many perl processes to keep running for each since
you set them up separately.

Les Mikesell
les@futuresource.com