Where to get 2.0.10pre4?

Hello,

I can get the CVS sources and figured out the tag to get 2.0.10pre4
(rt-2-0-10-test4), but this looks like it requires minor hacking of
DBI::SearchBuilder to put in the correct VERSION to get RT to find the
latest DBI::SearchBuilder.

Is this how this should be done, or is there a tar.gz around of the complete
package?

This might be a good thing to document somewhere on the web pages.

Also, a minor nit. On the page

http://www.fsck.com/projects/rt/lists.html

it would be easier to read if the current mail archive link was listed
first in front of the historical archives, since I’m used to clicking
on the first link I see, and people will probably want to search that
one more often than the old one.

Finally, the images are broken on that page.

Best,
Blair

Blair Zajac blair@orcaware.com
Web and OS performance plots - http://www.orcaware.com/orca/

Hello,

I can get the CVS sources and figured out the tag to get 2.0.10pre4
(rt-2-0-10-test4), but this looks like it requires minor hacking of
DBI::SearchBuilder to put in the correct VERSION to get RT to find the
latest DBI::SearchBuilder.

It doesn’t meet the dependency because the searchbuilder 0.48 isn’t out yet.
Developers should be aware that they’re installing a prerelease, but it will
still work just fine.

Is this how this should be done, or is there a tar.gz around of the complete
package?

you mean like the copy sitting around in http://fsck.com/pub/rt/devel/?

This might be a good thing to document somewhere on the web pages.

I believe there’s already a pointer to the latest snapshots…

http://www.bestpractical.com/products/rt – Trouble Ticketing. Free.

Jesse Vincent wrote:

Hello,

I can get the CVS sources and figured out the tag to get 2.0.10pre4
(rt-2-0-10-test4), but this looks like it requires minor hacking of
DBI::SearchBuilder to put in the correct VERSION to get RT to find the
latest DBI::SearchBuilder.

It doesn’t meet the dependency because the searchbuilder 0.48 isn’t out yet.
Developers should be aware that they’re installing a prerelease, but it will
still work just fine.

Is this how this should be done, or is there a tar.gz around of the complete
package?

you mean like the copy sitting around in http://fsck.com/pub/rt/devel/?

Thanks.

This might be a good thing to document somewhere on the web pages.

I believe there’s already a pointer to the latest snapshots…

The closest link on the pages listed in the left border on your home page to
the devel page is on this page

http://www.fsck.com/projects/rt/download.html

to either

http://www.fsck.com/pub/rt/contrib/
http://www.fsck.com/pub/rt/release/rt.tar.gz

You would then have to know to pop up a level or two to find them. I spent
too much time finding them, so an additional sentence with a direct link from
rt/download.html would be useful, probably also for other people.

Thanks,
Blair

Blair Zajac blair@orcaware.com - Perl & sysadmin services for hire
Web and OS performance plots - http://www.orcaware.com/orca/

You would then have to know to pop up a level or two to find them. I spent
too much time finding them, so an additional sentence with a direct link from
rt/download.html would be useful, probably also for other people.

Fixed. Thanks.

Thanks,
Blair


Blair Zajac blair@orcaware.com - Perl & sysadmin services for hire
Web and OS performance plots - http://www.orcaware.com/orca/

http://www.bestpractical.com/products/rt – Trouble Ticketing. Free.