Description of problem:
I was trying to install RT on Fedora using a Postgres database, only to discover that the package only includes the MySQL schema files and explicitly excludes the schema files for Postgres, Oracle, and SQLite.
Unless there is a good reason to exclude some or all of the schema files (e.g., "they are unmaintained and known to be broken" would be a good reason) could we please include *all* the schema files in the rt package?
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(In reply to Lars Kellogg-Stedman from comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> I was trying to install RT on Fedora using a Postgres database, only to
> discover that the package only includes the MySQL schema files and
> explicitly excludes the schema files for Postgres, Oracle, and SQLite.
Correct. ATM, the rpms only support MySQL.
> Unless there is a good reason to exclude some or all of the schema files
> (e.g., "they are unmaintained and known to be broken" would be a good
> reason) could we please include *all* the schema files in the rt package?
There are 2 primary reasons why Postgres is not supported:
- Adding postgres would add further complexity to rt's already utterly complex
packaging (It would likely require alternatives and further package split).
- Though I tried several times, I have never managed to get rt w/ postgres
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