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Localize notification subscribers and bump version number

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allow passing of pretty_names that contain content including less and greater sign

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Undeprecate and reimplement: require_admin_request, can_admin_request_p, require_notify_object and can_notify_object_p. Fixes in two templates (request-delete, request-change-frequency). (Many thanks to Felix Mödritscher for the patch!)

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Port a few downstream modifications to the main codebase

When changing notification frequency, show also name and creation date for the object

Driver is making easier to merge this script

Trim whitespace

Fix proc and contract doc elements, so they are properly parsed by apidoc::api_*_documentation.

- @cvs_id -> @cvs-id

- @version -> @cvs-id

- @creation_date -> @creation-date

- @date -> @creation-date

- Different variations of $Id$

- Remove wrong @param entry

- Fix typos

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Prefer 'person::name' to 'acs_user::get_element ... -name'

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Prefer again 'person::name', as the proc has been reimplemented using 'person::get_person_info', which uses the new 'person_info_cache' cache.

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Whitespace changes

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Prefer 'acs_user::get_element ...' to 'person::name ...', in cases when 'person' is a user, as it doesn't rely on util_memoize_cache.

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Remove unnecessary join, as users are always persons and unnecessary stored procedure in order_by as we compute this in the column already

Remove divergency between oracle and postgres, bring all sql inline

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fix adp expressions

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Replace deprecated procs with 'permission::require_permission'

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Use api to avoid join

As username variable is not used, don't rely on side effects to check for user existance. Indentation changes.

Fix typos

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fix invalid meta-data

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merged changes from the oacs-5-9 branch and resolved conflicts

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- fix and standardize quoting in template properties

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- fix unsubscription message in german

- ensure html-encoding

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Merging back to HEAD branch oacs-5-8 (using tag vg-merge-oacs-5-8-from-20141027).

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Update documentation

Merged 5.5.1 to HEAD

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Non-info file merge results, with conflicts fixed

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Abort ADP so we don't get an error message after returning the error message.

Crap, this script was added with the following problems ...

1. called contacts package (fixed previously)

2. embedded PG-only queries (no xql files, no attempt to make this dotlrn

component work with oracle despite our policy of supporting oracle)

3. authorship misattributed to tracy adams (copied another script as a stub),

she wasn't the source of these problems

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Malte FUCKING called his contacts package from the notifications packages,

causing it to break. Of course there was no requires tag in the info file

so it didn't break until you actually tried using a package that uses

notifications.

And even better, there's already a proc in acs-tcl/tcl - an ancient one - that

does the same thing anyway.