[rt-commit] CVS commit: rt

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Thu Apr 6 13:21:48 EDT 2000

On Thu, Apr 06, 2000 at 01:16:15PM +0200, Tobias Brox wrote:
> > Ok, i think i significantly cut down the complexity of the actions we've got
> > so far. I nuked the old notify rules, as they were superceeded by my more
> > capable SendEmail.pm
> Grumble...ok, I'll see if I get it working again.  And if I eventually get
> it working, I want to ask you if you can just leave it as it is for a
> while.

Look. you asked me to fix it. I removed code that was not being called
or was simply stubbed. I replaced it with code that was _much_ closer to working.  This is a development codebase. Things break. things get fixed.
> > There are still a few things I'm not happy with...
> > like, the way that scrips, scripscopes and templates are related.
> I also have a gut feeling TTMBABWTDI.  I'll try writing some thoughts
> about it.  Anyway, I really want a version of RT that I actually can get
> the support department to use ... quickly ... and the current design seems
> to work.

I understand that you need to deploy something soon. It may be that deploying
the development codebase is not the right thing to do. It is going to change
a great deal from day to day at this point

> > it needs
> > some thought and cleanup.
> I think it needs to be thought through and discussed _before_ "cleaning
> up" the code more.  I'll just try to sew it together again so it actually
> works as for now.
> > the generic RT::Action should deal with templates, not SendEmail, I think,
> > but I'm leaving that abstraction for another day.
> Maybe, maybe ... templates might be usable for more than only emails.
Yes. they will be. for things like pages, etc.

> -- 
> Tobias Brox 
> aka TobiX
> +47 22 925 871

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