Hi Todd, rt-users, and rt-commit,
Thank you for your reply. It would be very helpful, if I was already
versed in the use of Subversion, and it was already installed on my
system. Unfortunately, neither is the case yet. Though I did find the
thread in the RT mail list archives on renaming the Subversion tree, so I
have a better understanding now of the subject lines (but what’s Jiffy?).
Since Subversion seems to be one of RT’s “dependencies” (in the sense of
applying patches), I was hoping to find a set of instructions in the RT
documentation that covers Subversion’s installation and use as it pertains
to RT. Still searching, but hoping someone may be able to point me in the
Of course I downloaded the Subversion source, read portions of the online
book, and ran the install. However, it didn’t like the idea of being
installed in a non-default location, so I had to back out for now. (We
have RT and all of its pieces in its own filesystem, which I
administer. The rest is under another sysadmin’s perview.)
I suppose the simpler questions are these:
Are there any patches that need to be applied to RT 3.4.4 to fix
bugs? It appears that there may be.
Is it possible to cut and paste code posted to the rt-commit list into
an overlay file and apply the patch that way? If so, what path and
filename? Any other details needed? (Please note, Perl is still just a
camel to me too.)
Thanks in advance. I’ll cross-post this to rt-commit as well.
At 9/20/2005 08:27 PM, you wrote: