Rtfm & rt 3.4.2?

RTFM doesn’t appear to have moved much since 2004 - does the latest official
release work with 3.4.2 ?

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It works for us.

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----------------------------------- ------------------------------------On Fri, 13 May 2005, matthew zeier wrote:

RTFM doesn’t appear to have moved much since 2004 - does the latest official
release work with 3.4.2 ?


matthew zeier, Sr. Network Engineer | “Nothing in life is to be feared.
InteleNet Communications, Inc. | It is only to be understood.”
(949) 784-7904 | - Marie Curie


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Be sure to check out the RT Wiki at http://wiki.bestpractical.com

RTFM doesn’t appear to have moved much since 2004 - does the latest
official release work with 3.4.2 ?

It should, but if you’re interested in running the latest and greatest
(that only works on 3.4.2 forward), grab the RTFM 2.1 development branch
from subversion.

Jesse

I’m looking for a replacement to faq-o-matic and one of the criteria is that
this new tool supports arbitrary file uploads. Does RTFM do that?

Jesse Vincent wrote:

RTFM doesn’t appear to have moved much since 2004 - does the latest
official release work with 3.4.2 ?

It should, but if you’re interested in running the latest and greatest
(that only works on 3.4.2 forward), grab the RTFM 2.1 development branch
from subversion.

Jesse

matthew zeier, Sr. Network Engineer | “Nothing in life is to be feared.
InteleNet Communications, Inc. | It is only to be understood.”
(949) 784-7904 | - Marie Curie

I’m looking for a replacement to faq-o-matic and one of the criteria is
that this new tool supports arbitrary file uploads. Does RTFM do that?

The 2.1 branch does. It supports all RT custom field types.

It should, but if you’re interested in running the latest and greatest
(that only works on 3.4.2 forward), grab the RTFM 2.1 development branch
from subversion.

I looked around - how do I grab it from subversion?

svn co svn://svn.bestpractical.com/rtfm/branches/2.1-TESTING

Jesse