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Number of commits found: 10

Thu, 30 Oct 2014
[ 07:08 matthew ] Original commit 
371723 www/rt42/Makefile
371723 www/rt42/distinfo
Update to 4.2.9

ChangeLog:	https://www.bestpractical.com/release-notes/rt/4.2.9
Thu, 2 Oct 2014
[ 20:07 matthew ] Original commit 
369860 www/rt42/Makefile
369860 www/rt42/distinfo
369860 www/rt42/pkg-plist
Security update to 4.2.8

The SMIME integration has led to www/rt42 being vulnerable to
shellshock related exploits.

Also contains minor fixes to Oracle DB schema updates from 4.2.7.  No
changes for other RDBMS backends.

While here:

  - Drop @dirrmtry from pkg-plist (mostly) and use @dir() to set the
    permissions on ${LOCALBASE}/etc/rt42/

Release Notes:	http://bestpractical.com/release-notes/rt/4.2.8
MFH:		2014Q4
Security:	81e2b308-4a6c-11e4-b711-6805ca0b3d42
Sun, 14 Sep 2014
[ 15:33 matthew ] Original commit 
368190 www/rt42/Makefile
368190 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
368190 www/rt42/distinfo
368190 www/rt42/pkg-plist
Update to 4.2.7

       - USES_PGSQL -> USES+= pgsql
       - Now that the problems with UTF8 in the	DB have	been solved, switch
         back to depending on p5-DBD-Pg	rather than p5-DBD-Pg32

Note: this update required DB schema changes to be applied.  Please
follow the instructions in pkg-message.
Wed, 30 Jul 2014
[ 09:46 matthew ] Original commit 
363456 www/rt42/Makefile
363456 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
363456 www/rt42/distinfo
363456 www/rt42/pkg-plist
Update to 4.2.6

Note: For Postgresql users -- this version of RT requires a
down-graded copy of DBD::Pg which is supplied by the new
databases/p5-DBD-Pg32 port.  This may cause conflicts if you have
other consumers of p5-DBD-Pg installed.

ReleaseNotes:	http://bestpractical.com/release-notes/rt/4.2.6
Fri, 13 Jun 2014
[ 05:42 matthew ] Original commit 
357648 www/rt42/Makefile
357648 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
357648 www/rt42/distinfo
357648 www/rt42/pkg-plist
Update to 4.2.5

Release Botes:	http://bestpractical.com/release-notes/rt/4.2.5

Note on perl-5.20 support -- CGI.pm is being deprecated in perl CORE,
which may generate warnings.  Ultimately it will need to switch to a
separate p5-CGI port.  Recommended to stick with perl-5.18 or earier
on production systems for the time being.
Wed, 14 May 2014
[ 16:45 matthew ] Original commit 
354074 www/rt42/Makefile
354074 www/rt42/distinfo
354074 www/rt42/files/patch-Makefile.in
354074 www/rt42/files/patch-aclocal.m4
354074 www/rt42/files/patch-config.layout
354074 www/rt42/pkg-plist
Update to 4.2.4

   - Rework pkg-plist based on 'make makeplist'

Release notes:	http://bestpractical.com/release-notes/rt/4.2.4
Fri, 21 Feb 2014
[ 06:36 matthew ] Original commit 
345323 www/rt42/Makefile
345323 www/rt42/distinfo
345323 www/rt42/pkg-plist
Update to 4.2.3

This is primarily a bugfix release.

Release Notes:	http://bestpractical.com/release-notes/rt/4.2.3
Tue, 14 Jan 2014
[ 19:00 matthew ] Original commit 
339709 www/rt42/Makefile
339709 www/rt42/distinfo
339709 www/rt42/files/patch-Makefile.in
339709 www/rt42/files/patch-aclocal.m4
339709 www/rt42/files/patch-config.layout
339709 www/rt42/pkg-plist
Update to 4.2.2

Note that this upgrade includes significant schema changes for mysql.
Users are advised to verify their backups carefully before upgrading.

ChangeLog:	  http://blog.bestpractical.com/2014/01/rt-422-released.html
Fri, 29 Nov 2013
[ 07:20 matthew ] Original commit 
335149 www/rt42
335149 www/rt42/Makefile
335149 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
335149 www/rt42/distinfo
335149 www/rt42/files/patch-Makefile.in
335149 www/rt42/files/patch-aclocal.m4
335149 www/rt42/files/patch-config.layout
335149 www/rt42/files/pkg-install.in
335149 www/rt42/files/pkg-message.in
335149 www/rt42/pkg-descr

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Step two of reconnecting www/rt42 with its history: svn cp ww/rt40
www/rt42 and reapply the changes.

Reported by:	bsam
Wed, 27 Nov 2013
[ 00:11 matthew ] Original commit 
334987 www/Makefile
334987 www/rt42
334987 www/rt42/Makefile
334987 www/rt42/Makefile.cpan
334987 www/rt42/distinfo
334987 www/rt42/files
334987 www/rt42/files/extra-patch-noportdocs-Makefile.in
334987 www/rt42/files/patch-Makefile.in
334987 www/rt42/files/patch-aclocal.m4
334987 www/rt42/files/patch-config.layout

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RT is a battle-tested issue tracking system which thousands of
organizations use for bug tracking, help desk ticketing, customer
service, workflow processes, change management, network operations,
youth counselling and even more. Organizations around the world have
been running smoothly thanks to RT for over 10 years.

WWW: http://www.bestpractical.com/rt/

Number of commits found: 10

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