–Am Donnerstag, 19. Juni 2003 3:13 Uhr -0400 schrieb Jesse Vincent
The only changes here were header parsing and generation fixes.
We backed out the encode_mimewords patch from Dirk, as that was causing
more problems than it was solving and replaced it with a more clever
encode_mimeword that avoids encoding the email address.
that seems to resolve my subject encoding issue and encouraged me to
reapply my threading patch and voila, for now (few testing only) my problem
I beg your pardon for having introduced this bug into RT.
No worries. We didn’t have the right tests to catch that it would cause
a problem (and really, it’s a deficiency in MIME-Tools’ implementation).
But the bug never made it into a shipping release, so it’s no big deal
But this might be compensated by contruting my (hopefully) soon
rehabilitated threading patch and some more contributions we developped her
to support our workflow (e.g. a slightly changed handling of signatures in
Web-Replies, ability to toggle ticket history display order on the fly or
for the session, “Notify AdminCC only if Ticket is unowned”, public Tickets
in SelfService, some Callbacks for Ticket Actions: “stall until”,
Neat. I’m sure people will be thrilled to see them. Pack them oen by one
and bounce them to me and I’ll drop them in /contrib
BTW: Does a policy exist how to pack contributions for RT3?
No proper policy exists yet. Off the top of my head:
I’d like to see and
The .tar.gz should contain a structure something like the following
another copy of the readme [required]
Autrijus indicated that he might have something clever for packaging
addons for us soon, too.
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