I’m pleased to announce the immediate release of RT 2.0.14. You can
download RT from http://www.bestpractical.com/.
A full changelog is included below, but the highlights are:
* Support for the newly released HTML::Mason 1.1x series. (RT will still work just great with HTML::Mason 1.0x) * Easier installation for new users * "Bulk reply" - Thanks to sponsorship from the folks at DynDNS.org, you can now directly comment and reply from RT's "Bulk Update" interface. * A number of minor bug fixes and enhancements Best, Jesse
(For the conspiracy theorists out there, no, there’s absolutely no connection
between this release and the fact that Perl 5.8.0, Debian 3.0, Ogg Vorbis 1.0
and RT 2.0.14 all came out today)
Shifted some config defaults to make things easier for new users RT now supports HTML::Mason 1.10, as well as 1.0.x. Applied a patch from Ilya Martynov which allows make insert to work in a scenario where DESTDIR is being set to something funny This may be necessary when installing into AFS Added a dependency on a recent enough version of CPAN.pm that
* RT's README is now clearer that the FastCGI handler is production quality Fixing docs in Transaction.pm's Message method Fixed docs for cli to say that --limit-status=dead isn't a valid option Fixed a docs bug in Ticket->Import which didn't make it clear that Import took an "Id" parameter and "Create" didn't.
RT::Ticket::Import now lets you set the "Resolved" date Thanks to Sam Hartman RT is now smarter about letting you do "or" searches on single-value keyword selections. Thanks to Sam Hartman When a ticket has another merged into it, it now has its "LastUpdated" date updated RT's logging now records more data and generates logs which are much easier to read RT::GroupMember was looking for the "ModifyGroups" right, when it should have been looking for the "AdminGroups" right.
Now we properly strip long pathnames from attachments uploaded from windows boxes. Fixed an html escaping bug in Ticket/Update.html which could have led to possible cross-site scripting issues. Thanks to Ivan Kohler RT now has better "don't record comments if the update is only a signature" code. Thanks to Rich Lafferty Applied a patch which prevented NoAuth from not requiring authentication on some FastCGI setups. Thanks to Rich Lafferty RT now features "bulk reply/comment" functionality, which allows you to respond to a number of tickets at once from the "Bulk Update" page Added support for bulk comment/reply Sponsored by DynDNS.org
Added a check which only sets message precedence to bulk if it's not already set, say by a template. Fixed a bug in mail sending that improperly quoted the usernames of users who had " in their names. Thanks to Simon Cozens RT will now generate proper message ids if you've set $rtname to something that isn't a valid dns domain. Thanks to Tabor Wells A bug which prevented RT from notifying Ccs of a ticket if it had no requestors was fixed. The pseudo-list syntax in To: lines broke some mailers because it wasn't strictly RFC compliant. Thanks to Eric Mumpower
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