falcone at bestpractical
Aug 2, 2010, 7:50 AM
Post #2 of 5
On Mon, Aug 02, 2010 at 02:42:57PM +0100, Andy Jewell wrote:
Re: Info on writing extensions: starting points etc.
[In reply to]
> I need to write some simple (I hope) extensions to RT. I've got the
> RT Essentials book, and I've spent hours looking on the RT wiki...
> the best I've been able to do is look at some of the simple
> extensions which are available for download, but they all seem to
> contain a disparate bunch of files and dirs.
> Is there a resource available that explains what is required and optional, and where it all should go?
Unfortunately, there isn't a good 'intro to writing an RT extension'
wiki page yet. You may find the slides from the talk I gave at
YAPC::NA this year helpful.
> For context, I need to do the following two tasks:
> 1. Create a new menu entry on the RT-at-a-glance page that links to an arbitrary web page and displays it "inside" RT in a frame.
> 2. Create an RT-at-a-glance module that allows an arbitrary web-page to be displayed in a frame/cell.
> Please excuse if my question is daft - I'm new to RT :-)
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