Hi Paul,

I just installed the git version on my workstation.
Here are the quick notes about the failures. I will continue now to mess with the code to see whats going on.
best regards


install apache, php5
set max_execution_time=30
set memory_limit=16M

point document root to mantisbt (git version)
create database
login to mantis --> ok

load database with data
try to load page --> blank page

install xdebug
set display_errors on
set log_errors on

try to load page --> blank page
set log_errors to /tmp/php.err
restart webserver
reload page --> blank page
check /tmp/php.err --> nothing

create test script.
load test script --> ok
put a syntax error in test script
load test script --> xdebug error -- >OK
check /tmp/php.err --> found error -->OK






On Sat, Apr 18, 2009 at 2:58 AM, Paul Richards <paul@mantisforge.org> wrote:

> On Sat, Apr 18, 2009 at 1:31 AM, Paul Richards <paul@mantisforge.org> wrote:
>
>
> If you are just evaluating, it might be worth looking at git trunk. On top of that I've got a couple of development branches at the moment that are works in progress that might have a knock-on effect of optimising some things ( http://git.mantisforge.org/w/mantisbt/paul.git - two branches - one that starts to change the way we handle dates, and the other BugData objects)
>
Paul,
>
> Can you give me the steps to checkout your repo. I am not familiar with git. (I am on a linux machine with git installed)
>
> thanks


To start with, it's probably worth trying the latest git code that's definitely going to be part of the next 1.2 beta which is at availably with:

git clone git://git.mantisbt.org/mantisbt.git

In addition, we have nightly builds of 1.2.0a3 at http://www.mantisbt.org/builds/

Also, i'd be interested to know if removing the call to project_cache_all at the end of core.php has any noticeable effect on the mantis installation with your workload.

Paul

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