[rt-devel] RT 1.3.100

Jesse jesse at fsck.com
Wed Jun 13 04:00:08 EDT 2001

Minor cleanups and fixes.  At the rate we're going, I expect to announce 
2.0 Release Candidate 1 in about a week.

The Not-yet-supported mason_handler.fcgi (fastcgi) is fairly close
to being a viable alternative for those of you who are getting burned
by mod_perl.  I just need to make attachment display work.  You should note
that this isn't a release criterion for 2.0.0, just something to do in the 
evening when I'm bored ;)

When looking at tickets from a search, you should now see next / prev links
to navigate the search.


2001-06-13 03:53  jesse

	* Makefile:

	Bumped version to 1.3.100
2001-06-13 03:52  jesse

	* bin/mason_handler.fcgi:

	The fastcgi handler works for everything except attachment viewing.  I'm going to have to think a bit about how to set
	content type properly in a nice handler-agnostic manner.
2001-06-13 03:51  jesse

	* bin/rt-mailgate:

	Fixed a warn -> warning in mailgate's logging
2001-06-13 03:50  jesse

	* lib/RT/Interface/Web.pm:

	Adjusting spacing
2001-06-13 03:50  jesse

	* webrt/Ticket/Elements/Tabs:

	Added an error check to the new navigation bars to deal with a possible lack of active search
2001-06-12 21:28  jesse

	* etc/config.pm:

	Clarified required permissions for the RT Logdir
2001-06-12 19:12  jesse

	* etc/config.pm, lib/RT/Queue.pm, lib/RT/Transaction.pm:

	Cleaned up some docs in config.pm and Queue.pm
	Updated the Transaction Descriptions in transaction.pm to make sure
	that the Actor is listed.
2001-06-12 18:08  jesse

	* webrt/Ticket/Elements/Tabs:

	Added links to navigate within an existing search.
2001-06-08 23:57  jesse

	* webrt/Ticket/Elements/EditKeywordSelects:

	Made "(empty)" the same between "EditKeywordSelects" and "SearchByKeywordSelect"
2001-06-08 23:51  jesse

	* lib/RT/Ticket.pm:

	Ability to set owner by name when creating tickets.
	Ability to set timeleft when creating tickets
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