So, the big change in 2.1.4 is that Groups can now contain other groups as members. Other changes:
The web and command line interfaces support this new functionality The FastCGI interface is closer to working. We need a change to HTML::Mason to make it work anywhere but on my laptop. More to come on that one. RT now uses innodb tables on mysql. They're faster and they support... Transactions. That's right, transactions. Starting with the new group membership code, sections of RT's core will be transactionalized. (Because of this, this code _needs_ the latest DBIx::SearchBuilder, which will be release soon) As yet, the postgres schema is still out of sync. It will likely lag a bit as the schema stabilizes. Don't run this release, unless you really _want_ jackals to claw out your eyes. -j
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