RT Config settings

TO list,

I noticed the format/syntax for some settings has changed in 3.8.x from
3.6.x. (thanks Ruslan). Inmost cases, it went from “@xxxxx)” to
Set(@xxxx)". This happened for active and inactive as well as
"@LogToSyslogConf = ( )" to Set[@LogToSyslogConf = ()]; So my question
is "What happened to “@MailPlugins = (qw);”? I can’t even find it
anymore. Did it get replaced by something? Thanks.

Kenn
LBNL**

TO list,

I noticed the format/syntax for some settings has changed in 3.8.x from 3.6.x. (thanks
Ruslan). Inmost cases, it went from “@xxxxx)” to Set(@xxxx)". This happened for active and
inactive as well as “@LogToSyslogConf = ( )” to Set[@LogToSyslogConf = ()]; So my question is
"What happened to “@MailPlugins = (qw);”? I can’t even find it anymore. Did it get replaced
by something? Thanks.

Kenn

You may want to peruse UPGRADING

UPGRADING FROM 3.6.X and earlier - Changes:

Config format has been made stricter. All options MUST be set using Set
function, no more “@XXX = (…) unless @XXX;”. Use "Set(@XXX, …);"
instead.

-kevin

Kevin,

I did. However, I noticed in the RT_Config.pm file that the
"@MailPlugins" didn’t change, hence my question.

Kenn
LBNLOn 1/28/2010 10:23 AM, Kevin Falcone wrote:

On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 10:17:45AM -0800, Ken Crocker wrote:

TO list,

I noticed the format/syntax for some settings has changed in 3.8.x from 3.6.x. (thanks
Ruslan). Inmost cases, it went from “@xxxxx)” to Set(@xxxx)". This happened for active and
inactive as well as “@LogToSyslogConf = ( )” to Set[@LogToSyslogConf = ()]; So my question is
"What happened to “@MailPlugins = (qw);”? I can’t even find it anymore. Did it get replaced
by something? Thanks.

Kenn

You may want to peruse UPGRADING

===
UPGRADING FROM 3.6.X and earlier - Changes:

Config format has been made stricter. All options MUST be set using Set
function, no more “@XXX = (…) unless @XXX;”. Use "Set(@XXX, …);"
instead.

-kevin



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I did. However, I noticed in the RT_Config.pm file that the "@MailPlugins"
didn’t change, hence my question.
Which was not at all clearly stated.

From my local config:

Set(@MailPlugins, qw’Filter::SpamAssassin Auth::MailFrom’);

It’s documented in RT_Config.pm. It just seems that the default is an
implicit null list.

Jerrad,

AH! Kool. Sorry for the confusion.

Kenn
LBNLOn 1/28/2010 10:49 AM, Jerrad Pierce wrote:

I did. However, I noticed in the RT_Config.pm file that the "@MailPlugins"
didn’t change, hence my question.

Which was not at all clearly stated.

From my local config:

Set(@MailPlugins, qw’Filter::SpamAssassin Auth::MailFrom’);

It’s documented in RT_Config.pm. It just seems that the default is an
implicit null list.