Where is the publicly available Lasso source?

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Where is the publicly available Lasso source?

Carl Ketterling
I¹ve heard about it several time on this list, and I¹ve never been able to
find it.

Today, I read this ( http://lassoguide.com/operations/sending-email.html ):
> This example does not perform any error checking and only sends one message.
> The actual source code for the built-in email sender background process
> presents a good example of how this code looks in a full working solution:

To me, this says that if I find the publicly available source code, I¹ll be
able to see what exactly is happening in my email queue sending.  Is that
correct?  Do you know if that code is available to the public?

Carl

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Re: Where is the publicly available Lasso source?

fletcher sandbeck-2
I don't know where this is linked from, but it has been mentioned on the list before.  I found it in the archives.

There is an SVN archive here.

http://download.lassosoft.com/svn/lasso/lasso9_source/trunk/ <http://download.lassosoft.com/svn/lasso/lasso9_source/trunk/>

Though I don't see email in there.  Some of the administrative interfaces and technologies like the web stack are closed source.

[fletcher]

> On Oct 24, 2014, at 11:58 AM, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> I¹ve heard about it several time on this list, and I¹ve never been able to
> find it.
>
> Today, I read this ( http://lassoguide.com/operations/sending-email.html ):
>> This example does not perform any error checking and only sends one message.
>> The actual source code for the built-in email sender background process
>> presents a good example of how this code looks in a full working solution:
>
> To me, this says that if I find the publicly available source code, I¹ll be
> able to see what exactly is happening in my email queue sending.  Is that
> correct?  Do you know if that code is available to the public?
>
> Carl
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Carl Ketterling
Thank you.  I¹ve added a bookmark so that I¹ll have access to this if I need
it in the future.

A related question on email troubleshooting from this page (
http://www.lassosoft.com/LassoMailer-Troubleshooting ):

The page says I can rebuild my SQLite database using the VACUUM; command.
Should that result in a clean database (no email content)?
If I deleted the email database (
/var/lasso/instances/default/SQLiteDBs/lasso_email ), would Lasso recreate
it at next startup?

Carl




From: Fletcher Sandbeck <[hidden email]>
Reply-To: <[hidden email]>
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 12:16:22 -0700
To: "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: Where is the publicly available Lasso source?

I don't know where this is linked from, but it has been mentioned on the
list before.  I found it in the archives.

There is an SVN archive here.

http://download.lassosoft.com/svn/lasso/lasso9_source/trunk/
<http://download.lassosoft.com/svn/lasso/lasso9_source/trunk/>

Though I don't see email in there.  Some of the administrative interfaces
and technologies like the web stack are closed source.

[fletcher]

> On Oct 24, 2014, at 11:58 AM, Carl Ketterling <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> I¹ve heard about it several time on this list, and I¹ve never been able to
> find it.
>
> Today, I read this ( http://lassoguide.com/operations/sending-email.html ):
>> This example does not perform any error checking and only sends one message.
>> The actual source code for the built-in email sender background process
>> presents a good example of how this code looks in a full working solution:
>
> To me, this says that if I find the publicly available source code, I¹ll be
> able to see what exactly is happening in my email queue sending.  Is that
> correct?  Do you know if that code is available to the public?
>
> Carl
>
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