Rt-3.8.9: Mason missing

Hi all,

first, thanks for releasing RT-3.8.9.

I wanted to try it out immediately but our server environment complains
about a missing dependency (Mason):

SOME DEPENDENCIES WERE MISSING.
STANDALONE missing dependencies:
HTTP::Server::Simple::Mason >= 0.14 …MISSING

rt-3.8.8 did not complain about that.

My question is, do we have to include that dependency in our system-wide
perl (we are using apache as webserver) or can I turn off that check?
That would involve rolling out and compiling some new perl packages.

thanks in advance,
l.r.

Hi all,

first, thanks for releasing RT-3.8.9.

I wanted to try it out immediately but our server environment
complains about a missing dependency (Mason):

SOME DEPENDENCIES WERE MISSING.
STANDALONE missing dependencies:
HTTP::Server::Simple::Mason >= 0.14 …MISSING

rt-3.8.8 did not complain about that.

My question is, do we have to include that dependency in our
system-wide perl (we are using apache as webserver) or can I turn
off that check?
That would involve rolling out and compiling some new perl packages.

If you’re never going to use the standalone server, you can skip it.
It is needed in parallel with the other encoding fixes in RT

-kevin

Hi kevin,

how can I skip it then? :wink:

greetings,
l.r.On 02/17/2011 05:09 PM, Kevin Falcone wrote:

On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 12:45:34PM +0100, Lars Reimann wrote:

Hi all,

first, thanks for releasing RT-3.8.9.

I wanted to try it out immediately but our server environment
complains about a missing dependency (Mason):

SOME DEPENDENCIES WERE MISSING.
STANDALONE missing dependencies:
HTTP::Server::Simple::Mason>= 0.14 …MISSING

rt-3.8.8 did not complain about that.

My question is, do we have to include that dependency in our
system-wide perl (we are using apache as webserver) or can I turn
off that check?
That would involve rolling out and compiling some new perl packages.
If you’re never going to use the standalone server, you can skip it.
It is needed in parallel with the other encoding fixes in RT

-kevin

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