[rt-users] Status of RepliesToResolved extension for RT 4.4.x?
morales at propus.com.br
Tue Sep 20 10:50:08 EDT 2016
Thanks for the answer, Joop.
I tried again and indeed it seems to be working fine. For it to install, I
had to do the version bumping we can find in this commit:
Don't know exactly what happened the first time I tried. Maybe I tried to
"make initdb" and got an error (I was testing the upgrade, shouldn't use
initdb anyway). Dumb me. As I am coming from an upgrade (this time for
real), I didn't use make initdb this time.
I'll post a reply to the bugtracker message in case someone checks there.
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On Sat, Sep 17, 2016 at 2:41 AM, Joop van de Wege <jvdwege at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> On September 16, 2016 9:38:30 PM GMT+02:00, Diego Morales <
> morales at propus.com.br> wrote:
>> Does anybody know about the status of the RepliesToResolved extension for
>> RT 4.4.x ?
>> Not much response about it on its bug tracker (two questions about it,
>> one is mine):
>> On the GitHub repo there's a somewhat weird commit just bumping
>> requirements for 4.6:
>> Somewhat weird because ...
>> * It has not "propagated" to the metacpan repo (I have no idea how that
>> flow is supposed to work here):
>> * It's the only commit its author made to the project
>> * Given the warnings about changes in Email interface in the release
>> notes I expected something like this should need more work...
>> * It just doesn't work (I might have to try harder... but it's weird
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Diego Morales
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> I'll need to check but I think we use that extension with our 4.4 RT and
> it works OK.
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