[rt-devel] RT 2.0.9pre1, DBIx::SearchBuilder 0.46

Jesse Vincent jesse at bestpractical.com
Fri Oct 19 01:16:44 EDT 2001

The new SearchBuilder should fix perf issues with mysql and some issues
with query generation on postgres

There are a number of minorish bug fixes that need to get into 2.0.9.  
I'll be trying to get to those in the next week or two.

This new RT prerelease includes the following:  

	Bumped version to 2.0.9pre1
	file cvs_integration was initially added on branch rt-1-1.
	Refactored images path to have a configurable URL, so it will work with fastcgi ;)

	Added support for timing of page display with &Debug=1
	User.pm: a fix to allow you to create multiple users with no email address.
	Added sub Due to Tickets.pm. fixes #910

	Some work on the rpm build infrastructure

	Added cpan2rpm to the tools directory, for autogenerating rpms of cpan modules
	Added support for autobuilding an rpm with "make rpm"

	Fixed templates to include the ticket subject if it was otherwise blank
	work on web-based ticket creation. fixed bugs setting due dates, etc
	fixed a user creation race condition in the mail gateway

	use the new status abstraction in the web ui
	moved to a dbix::searchbuilder 0.46 dependency
	now initdb won't whine if you don't set a host
	Added some docs about what 2.2 might hold
	Abstracted out status enumeration and validation
	added WebPath to fix some links in showlinks
	Added an optional bit of configuration to not show the "History" header
	Added a new option "Show commands" to show tranasaction
	Added support for reenabling deleted queues and keywords
	Added test harness glue
	Added code to detect bogus ticket update types
	Added support for unit testing
	Added a test for Database Port definition to stop perl from whining

	Added the beginnings of test support to RT.pm
	bin/rt: Documentation cleanups. removing an unnecessary data tainting check
	Fixes to initacls.Pg to allow installation with Unix Domain sockets

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