Daniel Munn

  • Registered on: 2012-05-17
  • Last connection: 2012-07-19

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2012-07-13

13:05 Redmine Plugins: RE: installing DMSF plug-in on Windows (Redmine 2.0.3, danmunn / redmine_dmsf 1.4.4p1)
Dies,
Although aware that you've submitted this as a bug now (and it's been fixed) bugs for the 2.0 branch of dmsf...
13:02 Redmine Plugins: RE: How to set DMSF notifications "from"
Afternoon:
The from declaration can be found in: redmine_dmsf/app/models/dmsf_mailer.rb
If you look at line 53,...

2012-06-29

16:05 Redmine Plugins: RE: It is possible install plugin libsvn in Redmine 2.0.3?
With redmine 2.0 it uses bundler to resolve dependencies, you'll need to identify the gem requirements of the plugin ...
15:59 Redmine Plugins: RE: DMSF batch copy/move
Hi Justin,
At present it is possible to move folders around even between projects - the webdav extends this functi...

2012-06-08

08:22 Redmine Plugins: RE: DMSF and Redmine 2.x
Okay try the following:
On the redmine root, run:
bundle --without test development xapian
and after that tr...

2012-06-07

16:23 Redmine Plugins: RE: Plugins for redmine 2.0.1 - Error no such file to load -- dispatcher
I was on about creating an issue to prevent giving out confidential information or some-such. For confidentiality you...
16:02 Redmine Plugins: RE: Plugins for redmine 2.0.1 - Error no such file to load -- dispatcher
Lightbox is javascript functionality, can you please create a sample issue with an image or 2 attached to it, further...
15:47 Redmine Plugins: RE: DMSF and Redmine 2.x
from SSH (assuming you've got access to this) - and assuming you're in the redmine root folder:
cd plugins/redmine...

2012-06-06

23:46 Redmine Plugins: RE: Plugins for redmine 2.0.1 - Error no such file to load -- dispatcher
Try uploading images into redmine issue (or similar) should provide preview functionality with lightbox; have tested ...
22:21 Redmine Plugins: RE: DMSF and Redmine 2.x
Just updated, for some reason I'd read proposed functionality for bundler and included it as if it was in mainstream ...

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