Quick RTx question

Ok, so I’ve just about got a version of Statistics that installs via
RTx, but I’ve got a little problem…

Al the Statistics files had a “use Statistics;” at their top, that
loaded Statistics.pm from /opt/rt3/local/lib/Statistics.pm.

But, now, Statistics.pm is in /opt/rt3/local/lib/RTx/Statistics.pm and
the use clause can’t find it. I suppose I could muck around with LIB,
but that doesn’t seem a very clean solution.

So, what do I have to do to get this working?

Kelly F. Hickel
Senior Software Architect
MQSoftware, Inc
952.345.8677
kfh@mqsoftware.com

Ok, so I’ve just about got a version of Statistics that installs via
RTx, but I’ve got a little problem…

Al the Statistics files had a “use Statistics;” at their top, that
loaded Statistics.pm from /opt/rt3/local/lib/Statistics.pm.

But, now, Statistics.pm is in /opt/rt3/local/lib/RTx/Statistics.pm and
the use clause can’t find it. I suppose I could muck around with LIB,
but that doesn’t seem a very clean solution.

So, what do I have to do to get this working?

Extensions such as RTx::AssetTracker have to deal with this
type of thing. Take a look at the code to see how it’s done.

http://atwiki.chaka.net/

-Todd

Ok, so I’ve just about got a version of Statistics that installs via
RTx, but I’ve got a little problem…

Al the Statistics files had a “use Statistics;” at their top, that
loaded Statistics.pm from /opt/rt3/local/lib/Statistics.pm.

But, now, Statistics.pm is in /opt/rt3/local/lib/RTx/Statistics.pm and
the use clause can’t find it. I suppose I could muck around with LIB,
but that doesn’t seem a very clean solution.

use RTx::Statistics, maybe?

DOH!

(sometimes life makes you feel really silly, no?) ;>

-Kelly

Ok, so I’ve just about got a version of Statistics that installs via
RTx, but I’ve got a little problem…

Al the Statistics files had a “use Statistics;” at their top, that
loaded Statistics.pm from /opt/rt3/local/lib/Statistics.pm.

But, now, Statistics.pm is in /opt/rt3/local/lib/RTx/Statistics.pm and
the use clause can’t find it. I suppose I could muck around with LIB,
but that doesn’t seem a very clean solution.

use RTx::Statistics, maybe?

So, what do I have to do to get this working?

Kelly F. Hickel
Senior Software Architect
MQSoftware, Inc
952.345.8677
kfh@mqsoftware.com


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