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Thu Nov 14 15:44:00 EST 2002
--- Kirrily Robert <kirrily at transgaming.com> wrote:
> > What I plan to do is to generate a XML-Document with a basic overview
> > of the tickets and the time worked on them in a given time-interval.
> > Any suggestions are welcome.
> I'm working on something similar (or at least I'm meant to be, I've
> hardly touched it yet), so I'll let you know if I come up with anything
> that might be of interest.
My two cents (before I started developing something similar for our
company): let's get use of some template package.
I have some experience with <http://www.template-toolkit.org>,
and it's really good. So, some common utility would be possible which
supplies the template with all neccessary data access. And the template
which is given at the input may be anything that you like:
XML, HTML, plain text...
Thus we avoid the situation that dozens of developers make their proprietary
reports, and invent the bycicle from scratch.
And such a universal tool may be included into official RT distribution.
The only problem that I can have some time for it not before
the middle of next week.
I suspect that in Mason there's some similar toolkit, but I never
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