Checking mod_perl is sort of outside of the scope of things
I’m really up for dealing with in testdeps, though I’d certainly
appreciate a patch, if anyone’s willing to put the code together.
For me, it falls into the ‘document it as a requirement’ category.
All that being said, I expect that mod_perl won’t be a hard requirement
for the web ui for much longer. I’ve got the fastcgi handler spitting out
attachments properly at this point. All that’s left now is to deal with
things like the little RT logo and making sure that things are taint-happy
(there are some patches that need to be applied.) Then, well, I won’t
recommend that folks drop it straight into production, but it will at least
be an option.
-jOn Thu, Jul 05, 2001 at 01:13:38PM +0800, Chris Waltham wrote:
I suspect that you either don’t have cookies enabled in your browser OR
your mod_perl is of a vintage that breaks CGI::Cookie.
On the subject of mod_perl, does the testdeps script check it for
away from RT-installed PCs for a while
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