RT Ticket #23: Far too many errors in the "Jobs" directive docs #25

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phinjensen opened this Issue Mar 25, 2013 · 1 comment

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phinjensen commented Mar 25, 2013

Created: Fri Jun 29 03:54:41 2007
Owner: Stefan Hornburg
Requestors: Kevin Walsh


  • The base_directory does not default to "etc/cron".
  • The initialize and autoload settings do not do the same as one another.
  • Use_global does not include jobs from the global installation "as well".
  • The page shows two empty example blocks.
  • The source section is irrelevant to the understanding of the directive
    and should therefore be discarded as noise.

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http://www.interchange.rtfm.info/icdocs/config/Jobs.html

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Date: Thu Jul 05 23:53:13 2007
Author: Kevin Walsh


Not entirely resolved:

  • Use_global does not "search for jobs defined in directory
    ConfDir/jobs/ and add them to the queue for execution".
  • Newly-added "email" parameter docs lists the default as "none".
  • The source section is still showing irrelevant code, and should just
    be dropped from the page.

Feel free to use the suggested alternative text verbatim. It's
published under the GPL, so there's no need to waste time rewording it.

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phinjensen commented Mar 25, 2013

Date: Thu Jul 05 23:53:13 2007
Author: Kevin Walsh


Not entirely resolved:

  • Use_global does not "search for jobs defined in directory
    ConfDir/jobs/ and add them to the queue for execution".
  • Newly-added "email" parameter docs lists the default as "none".
  • The source section is still showing irrelevant code, and should just
    be dropped from the page.

Feel free to use the suggested alternative text verbatim. It's
published under the GPL, so there's no need to waste time rewording it.

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