rt-test-dependencies - test rt's dependencies
rt-test-dependencies rt-test-dependencies --install rt-test-dependencies --with-mysql --with-fastcgi
rt-test-dependencies determines whether you have installed all the perl modules RT needs to run.
With --install, it attempts to install any missing dependencies. If the
RT_FIX_DEPS_CMD environment variable is set, it will be used instead of the standard CPAN shell to install any required modules. The command will be called with the module to install -- or, if
RT_FIX_DEPS_CMD contains a
%s, will replace the
%s with the module name before calling the program.
Attempt to install missing modules
- --siteinstall / --no-siteinstall
By default, RT detects if you are running a version of Perl prior to 5.11, which has been patched by your distribution to alter the search order for modules. In such cases,
--installattempts to install modules into the right place such that they cannot be accidentally downgraded by the distribution. Use --siteinstall to force this behavior, or --no-siteinstall to prohibit it. These options have no effect when used with Perl 5.11 or above.
These configure which backend database to add dependencies for.
These configure which interface between the webserver and RT to add dependencies for.
Add dependencies needed to develop RT and run its tests.
Add dependencies for GPG encryption and decryption of email.
Add dependencies for visualizing dependencies between tickets.
Add dependencies for creating charts and graphs from search results.
Add dependencies to integrating with LDAP and other external authentication sources.
Add dependencies for storing large attachments in Amazon S3.
Add dependencies for storing large attachments in Dropbox.