This makes false positives on authors much less likely and all around operates with less surprise.
Requires an upgrade: sbin/rt-setup-database --action insert --datafile etc/upgrade/subject-tags/content
…cker URIs Since the behaviour is expected and there's nothing for the RT admin to do about it, it is really an informational message not an error.
"Alternative" sounds like a choice of music. "Alternate" is slightly better, but "preferred" is most clear.
add_after was first added to RT in 4.0.9.
…rt.cpan.org #79499] This patch adds support for displaying the information added by cpan2rt in rt.cpan.org ticket #80020. Whilst we don't prevent creation of tickets in a queue with an external bug tracker set, we strongly suggest that they might want to look at the alternative tracking solution indicated. Should this be unavailable, this still enables creation of tickets within rt.cpan.org as a last resort. This work has been sponsored by Shadowcat Systems. [TRS: I simplified the CSS handling for RT 4.] Signed-off-by: Thomas Sibley <email@example.com>
…499] This gives distribution authors more visibility for their notes. Signed-off-by: Thomas Sibley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The browsing pages shouldn't try to incorrectly load a queue, as they never refer to a specific queue.
Request paths are canonicalized to use ; as the query param separator when comparing the request path to possible active menu paths. This canonicalization happens regardless of what the actual request URL uses for a separator. Thus, using & as the param separator guarantees a menu item will never be highlighted as active.