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jesse at fsck

Mar 1, 2000, 1:56 PM

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Re: [rt-commit] CVS Update: DBIx

On Wed, Mar 01, 2000 at 09:37:34PM +0100, Tobias Brox wrote:
> > Excellent. I wonder if there'd be a way to hook cvs commit messages into RT such that
> > when i commit a log message it gets added to the ticket as correspondence or comment.
>
> Hmmm ... not easy. It should be possible to make a hack,
> like letting the post-commit mail script generate a correct subject line
> if the commit message starts with a number (the ticket id). Or we might
> add a special action in the mailgate which reads the ticket id from
> another place in the mail.
>
I think this may call for a specialized gateway. I've seen people do this with bugzilla, I think.
It would be useful for us here, i think.


> We will need hooks for user-customized actions anyway. We've forgotten
> about that. I think it's just as important as the Scrips hook.
>
What do you mean here?
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tobiasb at tobiasb

Mar 1, 2000, 2:24 PM

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Re: [rt-commit] CVS Update: DBIx [In reply to]

> I think this may call for a specialized gateway. I've seen people do this with bugzilla, I think.
> It would be useful for us here, i think.

Maybe.

> > We will need hooks for user-customized actions anyway. We've forgotten
> > about that. I think it's just as important as the Scrips hook.
> >
> What do you mean here?

For the case above a specialized mailgate must clearly be the best. But I
can imagine that people might want customized transaction types - most
important specialized Link transactions. Those customized transaction
types must be available through all three UIs.

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jesse at fsck

Mar 1, 2000, 2:34 PM

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Re: Re: [rt-commit] CVS Update: DBIx [In reply to]

On Wed, Mar 01, 2000 at 10:24:54PM +0100, Tobias Brox wrote:
>
> > > We will need hooks for user-customized actions anyway. We've forgotten
> > > about that. I think it's just as important as the Scrips hook.
> > >
> > What do you mean here?
>
> For the case above a specialized mailgate must clearly be the best. But I
> can imagine that people might want customized transaction types - most
> important specialized Link transactions. Those customized transaction
> types must be available through all three UIs.
>

Ah. For now, let's leave the generalized transaction thing alone. I can see it for links
in 2.0 but other stuff is going to be more difficult and is likely to slow us down a lot.

jesse



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tobiasb at tobiasb

Mar 1, 2000, 2:51 PM

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Re: Re: [rt-commit] CVS Update: DBIx [In reply to]

> Ah. For now, let's leave the generalized transaction thing alone. I can see it for links
> in 2.0 but other stuff is going to be more difficult and is likely to slow us down a lot.

Eventually. Or maybe not, maybe it will be more difficult to retrofix it.
I will at least try to think a bit and mail some design thoughts.

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