[Rt-devel] Re: rt3.fsck.com has moved or dropping mail?

Ruslan U. Zakirov cubic at acronis.ru
Tue Apr 27 19:08:46 EDT 2004

Paulo Matos wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Apr 2004, Jesse Vincent wrote:
>>On Tue, Apr 27, 2004 at 11:37:03PM +0100, Paulo Matos wrote:
>>>On Tue, 27 Apr 2004, Jesse Vincent wrote:
>>>>FWIW, I've tracked the issue to a taint error in RT 3.1. All mail that
>>>>hasn't been delivered has been spooled. I'm working on the bug in the
>>>>software, then will redeliver the mail.
>>>Read my mails before redelivering... there's one repeated... and one will 
>>>originating an already existent ticket... :( thougth they were lost... and 
>>>also kind of messy from this last bug I was fighting off...
>>*nod* I see that you've gone and fixed bugs for things that aren't an
>>issue on 5.8.3. Libraries RT depends on are already known to be badly
>>broken on 5.8.0 due to bugs in perl. I'm feeling rather hesitant to
>>drop in explicit workarounds there. :/ Thoughts?
> Well, IMHO the easier RT can be installed most widely it will be used. 
> Since 5.8.3 isn't shipped with a lot of distros right now... it will be 
> nice to have it working... without the *hell* that can be an upgrade of 
> perl...
> Humm... a way of doing things might be to use version specif conditions... 
> might not be the most elegant... but... it works...
> I noticed that Encode::utf8_off() is used on other places... why?
> Are perl 5.8.3 with a good UTF8 support? If so, it might be worth trying 
> to do a perl upgrade...
Reseantly released perl 5.8.4 has UTF speed up also.
Stable, but still there is may be errors with UTF.
perl has error with join+UTF until 5.8.3, I don't think that you can 
find all places where Encode utf8_off must be used.
			Best regards. Ruslan.
> what do you say?
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