Rt 3.8.1 rc 2

The second release candidate for RT 3.8.1 is now available. You can
download it at:

http://download.bestpractical.com/pub/rt/devel/rt-3.8.1rc2.tar.gz
http://download.bestpractical.com/pub/rt/devel/rt-3.8.1rc2.tar.gz.sig

Changes since RC1

  • Fix Makefile to be more compatible with non-gnu make (freebsd)
  • More backwards compatible tweaks for Email::Address
  • Updated UPGRADING and README
  • Removing confusing buttons from the WYSIWYG editor

Let us know if you run into any bugs and hopefully we
can release 3.8.1 soon

-kevin

Hi Kevin,

It looks like a bunch of the files are generated by running ./configure
are included in this tarball, is that intentional?

Also, a number of files in lib/RT/I18N are marked executable which
probably shouldn’t be.

Cheers!On Wed, 2008-08-06 at 19:00 -0400, Kevin Falcone wrote:

The second release candidate for RT 3.8.1 is now available. You can
download it at:

http://download.bestpractical.com/pub/rt/devel/rt-3.8.1rc2.tar.gz
http://download.bestpractical.com/pub/rt/devel/rt-3.8.1rc2.tar.gz.sig

Changes since RC1

  • Fix Makefile to be more compatible with non-gnu make (freebsd)
  • More backwards compatible tweaks for Email::Address
  • Updated UPGRADING and README
  • Removing confusing buttons from the WYSIWYG editor

Let us know if you run into any bugs and hopefully we
can release 3.8.1 soon

-kevin


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It looks like a bunch of the files are generated by running ./
configure
are included in this tarball, is that intentional?

Which files, I removed most of the detritus from configure.
We generate things like bin/standalone_http and friends
because it should be possible to run the standalone httpd
without ever running configure if you already have all your
perl modules installed from before. This will kick you into
an Install mode that we’re testing for a future 3.8 release.

Also, a number of files in lib/RT/I18N are marked executable which
probably shouldn’t be.

Interesting, although I will note that make install and make upgrade
install modules that are not executable, so I don’t see this being
much of an issue

-kevin

Interesting, although I will note that make install and make upgrade
install modules that are not executable, so I don’t see this being
much of an issue

Still, only files that absolutely need it should be marked as executable.

Richard