Dylan, that would definately be a great contribution. For now, the way to
submit new code for inclusion into RT is to send a pointer to unified diffs to
rt-devel for me and other rt hackers to take a look at. If it looks good
and fits with RT’s design philosophy, we’ll check the changes in. Most,
if not all, changes related to databases should be restricted to schema.
and the DBIx module in CVS (and not in RT itself) But yeah, rt-1-1 is the current tag name for the head of the development branch.
Thanks a bunch,
JesseOn Tue, Apr 11, 2000 at 09:53:36AM -0700, Dylan Vanderhoof wrote:
Hello Jesse et al,
I have tossed this idea around for a while, but hadn’t had time to
implement it in rt-1.0, so I might as well work on it for 2.0 at this point.
If there is any interest at all besides me, I’d like to write a DBI
interface for IBM’s DB2 as well as the other 3 mentioned. I’m not sure how
many people out there are using it, but if it might be useful, I’ll happily
make the code part of the RT-2.0 release tree.
Question for Jesse, if it’s something you’re interested in, how do I
get access for cvs commits, and what is the current module to check out for
the latest rt-devel tree? Is it still rt-1-1?
Dylan C. Vanderhoof
Internal Software Developer
From: Jesse [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2000 6:28 AM
To: Stiansen, Per Sverre
Subject: Re: [rt-devel] Rt and Oracle
As it stands now, RT 2.0 should be portable to oracle. Heck, even 1.0 should
be portable, but it’s a nontrivial change right now. FWIW, RT already
allows you to create tickets by mail and update them by the web. If you
are interested in helping port to oracle, we could certainly use the help.
jesse reed vincent – firstname.lastname@example.org – email@example.com
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