Re: The 2.2 release

2014-10-10 Thread Paul van Tilburg
On Thu, Oct 09, 2014 at 10:31:50PM +0200, Sebastjan Hribar wrote: I have no issues with AR 4.0.4. I also had to make some minor adjustments and that's it. I use 4.1.6, saw you had problems with it, but I didn't. Maybe I need to try the migrations. Paul -- Web: http://paul.luon.net/home/

Re: The 2.2 release

2014-10-08 Thread Paul van Tilburg
On Sat, Sep 06, 2014 at 11:08:04PM +0200, Paul van Tilburg wrote: I'd be happy with a 2.1.x release though! So, what is this numbering after 2.1 about actually? What is the system? What are your experiences with AR4 and Camping? I've made some adjustments (mainly to most queries) in my

The 2.2 release

2014-09-06 Thread Paul van Tilburg
Hi, While I am quite aware that development has pretty much stalled, I wondered if it would still be possible to have some kind of 2.2 release out[1]? For me, Camping still works just great with my applications and also with AR4, so I am still quite happy with it. I am currently working

Re: The 2.2 release

2014-09-06 Thread Magnus Holm
I can easily release a new 2.1.x. Not sure if we need a 2.2 yet? On Saturday, September 6, 2014, Paul van Tilburg p...@luon.net wrote: Hi, While I am quite aware that development has pretty much stalled, I wondered if it would still be possible to have some kind of 2.2 release out[1

Re: The 2.2 release

2014-09-06 Thread Paul van Tilburg
On Sat, Sep 06, 2014 at 09:41:00PM +0200, Magnus Holm wrote: I can easily release a new 2.1.x. Not sure if we need a 2.2 yet? I am not sure either, especially since the milestone has open issues but I wonder if they still should all be open. Are there other 2.2 goals? I'd be happy with a 2.1.x

Re: Camping release?

2012-06-11 Thread Dave Everitt
Hi Paul (and senior Campers) the public Camping gem is at 2.1.467. I can't recall (without trawling the mailing list) all the details of discussions about proposed changes/issues addressed, so just to clarify: where did decisions about 2.2 get to? Personally (and running a Debian server)

Re: Camping release?

2012-05-30 Thread Dave Everitt
... Dave Everitt Hey all, The new Debian release is freezing soon (about 2 weeks) and I would really like it to include Camping 2.2 with Mab 0.0.2. Given that Markaby isn't actually distributable, I have recently uploaded Camping 2.1.498 with a Git snapshot of Mab to test some transitions

Re: Camping release?

2012-05-30 Thread Paul van Tilburg
Hey, On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 04:55:25PM +0100, Dave Everitt wrote: just checking if you got a response yet - what's the approximate deadline date? I think I have another week, maybe two. I notice that Camping 2.0 is in Squeeze: http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/camping It is, if not for

Camping release?

2012-05-29 Thread Paul van Tilburg
Hey all, The new Debian release is freezing soon (about 2 weeks) and I would really like it to include Camping 2.2 with Mab 0.0.2. Given that Markaby isn't actually distributable, I have recently uploaded Camping 2.1.498 with a Git snapshot of Mab to test some transitions. I have adapted

Camping 2.2 pre-release

2012-01-25 Thread Magnus Holm
gem install camping --source http://gems.judofyr.net/ *wonders how much Mab breaks* // Magnus Holm ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list

Re: Camping 2.2 pre-release

2012-01-25 Thread Jenna Fox
failing test case, running in camping: def layout text !DOCTYPE html\n html { head { title foo } } end Markaby output: !DOCTYPE html htmlheadtitlefoo/title/head/html Mab output: lt;!DOCTYPE htmlgt; htmlheadtitlefoo/title/head/html — Jenna Fox On Wednesday, 25 January 2012 at 10:00

Re: Maintenance release of 2.1

2011-10-03 Thread Magnus Holm
On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 14:26, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com wrote: I wouldn't bother with reducing the revision number. If anything having weirdly high ones makes the project seem more alive and active. Is the minor number even functionally useful here? Maybe we should ditch that and just

Re: Maintenance release of 2.1

2011-10-03 Thread Jenna Fox
True that. Meanwhile, have you guys seen http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/ ? It looks pretty nice, and I imagine something like that could be pretty powerful if deeply integrated with a version of markaby, as a 'ui toolkit for the web' sort of thing - a nice sensible clean default style for

Re: Maintenance release of 2.1

2011-10-03 Thread Bartosz Dziewoński
Personally I hate it. It's like table border=2 and font size=7 once again, except this time camouflaged as CSS classes. The only good things in there are either styled pretty much the same way by default (like, say, headers), or require a line of code (@basefont, layouts). -- Matma Rex

Re: Maintenance release of 2.1

2011-10-03 Thread Jenna Fox
Oh right, but you can use that LESS thing I think to compile the bootstrap properties in to your regular CSS, so you keep using good quality selectors, and bootstrap essentially augments your CSS with useful macros. Another way to do it is to define markaby helpers for each kind of thing, so you

Maintenance release of 2.1

2011-10-02 Thread Magnus Holm
I'm thinking of releasing 2.1.458 which includes a few more features (better cookie support, inline templates etc), but mainly to fix some incompatibility issues with Rack. I'm not going to document the new features yet, so consider them experimental in this patch-release. As for the version

Re: Release?

2009-06-12 Thread Dave Everitt
If 1.5.180 is more stable would it be best to replace 1.5 with 1.5.180 as the 'official' pre-2.0 release for those requiring backward compatibility? If there are 'plenty of bug fixes in the repo', which ones aren't yet incorporated '1.5.180 from _why's gem server which fixes some of them

Re: Release?

2009-06-11 Thread Magnus Holm
Totally right :-) It's released now... //Magnus Holm On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 01:12, Julik Tarkhanov julian.tarkha...@gmail.comwrote: On 10 Jun 2009, at 23:49, Magnus Holm wrote: Oh, sorry. I totally forgot about this. Are we absolutely sure that 1.5.180 is stable enough to be pushed out

Re: Release?

2009-06-10 Thread Magnus Holm
Oh, sorry. I totally forgot about this. Are we absolutely sure that 1.5.180 is stable enough to be pushed out to Rubyforge? //Magnus Holm On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 19:24, Julik Tarkhanov julian.tarkha...@gmail.comwrote: On Feb 10, 2009, at 8:41 AM, Magnus Holm wrote: Yes, we should release

Re: Release?

2009-06-10 Thread Julik Tarkhanov
On 10 Jun 2009, at 23:49, Magnus Holm wrote: Oh, sorry. I totally forgot about this. Are we absolutely sure that 1.5.180 is stable enough to be pushed out to Rubyforge? For about a year I think, and if not it can be followed by 1.5.181 right? -- Julik Tarkhanov m...@julik.nl

Getting ready for release

2009-02-14 Thread Magnus Holm
Okay, boys and girls: Let's get ready for the release! First of all, in case you missed it: I now have full access to the RubyForge project and why's repo at GitHub. I guess this makes me some sort of a project leader, but don't worry: The community will still maintain Camping. I will continue

Re: Getting ready for release

2009-02-14 Thread Aníbal Rojas
Magnus, First, you are right, you are not _why but you are doing an amazing job. You can throw away the little wheels. I would be happy to contribute updating the Wiki at GitHub, starting next saturday. Not sure what timeframe are you thinking for the release... Best regards

Re: Getting ready for release

2009-02-14 Thread Aria Stewart
On Sat, 2009-02-14 at 15:43 +0100, Magnus Holm wrote: Okay, boys and girls: Let's get ready for the release! When it comes to bug tracking, I really like ditz (http://ditz.rubyforge.org) + sheila (written in Camping; example: http://masanjin.net:9000/). What do you think? Sounds great! I

Re: Getting ready for release

2009-02-14 Thread David Gurba
setup Sheila Ditz someplace for normal Joes? http://github.com/why/sheila/blob/master/sheila.rb -dg On Feb 14, 2009, at 9:01 AM, Aria Stewart wrote: On Sat, 2009-02-14 at 15:43 +0100, Magnus Holm wrote: Okay, boys and girls: Let's get ready for the release! When it comes to bug

Re: Release?

2009-02-12 Thread Aníbal Rojas
Magnus has right now, lets call it 2.0 and release it everywhere! We can bugfix later if we have to. :) On 12/02/2009, at 1:35 PM, _why wrote: On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 08:11:46PM +0100, Magnus Holm wrote: Hm... I've always thought 1.5 == 1.5.180... Well, only _why has access to the project, so

Re: Release?

2009-02-12 Thread Magnus Holm
in the version number and make it some sort of patchlevel? So 2.0 becomes 2.0.308, and any bugfixes which doesn't change the external API can we release as 2.0.xxx. Should make it simpler to release plain bugfixes without bumping the version number too high. 2.1 would then contain some more new stuff

Re: Release?

2009-02-12 Thread Eric Mill
? So 2.0 becomes 2.0.308, and any bugfixes which doesn't change the external API can we release as 2.0.xxx. Should make it simpler to release plain bugfixes without bumping the version number too high. 2.1 would then contain some more new stuff. Should also blend nicely into pre-releases since

Re: Release?

2009-02-12 Thread Julik Tarkhanov
On Feb 12, 2009, at 6:56 PM, Eric Mill wrote: I don't genuinely enjoy using any issue/bug trackers (who does?), but Lighthouse is my least among evils. It's a lot nicer than Trac, anyway. What do you guys think? I rather like the oldskool idea of the bugtracker being powered by Camping

Re: Release?

2009-02-12 Thread zimbatm
On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 8:42 PM, Julik Tarkhanov julian.tarkha...@gmail.com wrote: Why not just 2.0.0 with a tag, then 2.0.1 with a tag and so on? Then you also know everytime you release something you have a tag for it. And things like rebases will not ruin your schemes +1

Re: Release?

2009-02-11 Thread Julik Tarkhanov
On Feb 10, 2009, at 8:11 PM, Magnus Holm wrote: Hm... I've always thought 1.5 == 1.5.180... Well, only _why has access to the project, so there's not so much we can do :-( I thought so too basically, but it 's not ==, its obviously . Ok, I'll contact him off-list. -- Julik Tarkhanov

Re: Release?

2009-02-11 Thread _why
On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 08:11:46PM +0100, Magnus Holm wrote: Hm... I've always thought 1.5 == 1.5.180... Well, only _why has access to the project, so there's not so much we can do :-( I'm sorry everyone, let's get this all worked out, okay? Magnus, I've added you as an admin on both Rubyforge

Re: Release?

2009-02-11 Thread Jenna Fox
Yay little wheels! Okay, first task! Whatever Magnus has right now, lets call it 2.0 and release it everywhere! We can bugfix later if we have to. :) On 12/02/2009, at 1:35 PM, _why wrote: On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 08:11:46PM +0100, Magnus Holm wrote: Hm... I've always thought 1.5

Re: Release?

2009-02-10 Thread Julik Tarkhanov
On Feb 10, 2009, at 8:41 AM, Magnus Holm wrote: Yes, we should release 2.0 soon... Meanwhile you can always download 2.0 using my repo: gem install camping --source http://gems.judofyr.net/ I can, but people who might need my apps can't and won't look for non- official gem servers

Re: Release?

2009-02-10 Thread Magnus Holm
Hm... I've always thought 1.5 == 1.5.180... Well, only _why has access to the project, so there's not so much we can do :-( //Magnus Holm On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 18:24, Julik Tarkhanov julian.tarkha...@gmail.comwrote: On Feb 10, 2009, at 8:41 AM, Magnus Holm wrote: Yes, we should release

Release?

2009-02-09 Thread Julik Tarkhanov
Hello folks! Just checking - I understand that Camping 2.0 entered the phase of perpetual polishing and will not likely happen, anytime soon, but would there be a possibility to at least have 1.5.180 on Robyforge for official installs instead of _why's repo? I just tried to deploy my blog

Re: Are we ready for a release ?

2008-03-13 Thread Manfred Stienstra
On Mar 12, 2008, at 11:16 PM, Jonas Pfenniger wrote: I prefer to state that file uploads doesn't work in CGI instead of penalizing the other adapters. I personally don't really care about CGI. ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org

Are we ready for a release ?

2008-03-12 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Hi campers, what do you think of releasing the current trunk as camping-1.6 ? Nothing much has moved since a while and apart from FastCGI, I believe most bugs where ironed out. After the gem release, I propose putting some effort on documentation and how to use Rack's FastCGI. When that's done

Re: Are we ready for a release ?

2008-03-12 Thread Paul van Tilburg
open (you mention one here). Are these real blockers? It would be greate to have a relase. After the gem release, I propose putting some effort on documentation and how to use Rack's FastCGI. When that's done, we'll have a Rubyforge announcement and such. Don't forget the tarball release

Re: Are we ready for a release ?

2008-03-12 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
clearly have to be documented somewhere at least. After the gem release, I propose putting some effort on documentation and how to use Rack's FastCGI. When that's done, we'll have a Rubyforge announcement and such. Don't forget the tarball release. ;) Noted By the way, do you/we have any

Re: Are we ready for a release ?

2008-03-12 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2008/3/12, Jonas Pfenniger [EMAIL PROTECTED]: 2008/3/12, Paul van Tilburg [EMAIL PROTECTED]: By the way, do you/we have any release notes, or NEWS listing the new features? The changes are only noted in the SVN actually. I'll scan trough it when updating the doc. Actually, erm

Re: Are we ready for a release ?

2008-03-12 Thread Aria Stewart
On Mar 12, 2008, at 10:58 AM, Jonas Pfenniger wrote: Hi campers, what do you think of releasing the current trunk as camping-1.6 ? Nothing much has moved since a while and apart from FastCGI, I believe most bugs where ironed out. After the gem release, I propose putting some effort

point release?

2007-12-31 Thread Evan Weaver
Hello Esteemed Tent-pitchers, Can we get a point release of the current camping trunk? 1.5.1 maybe? I don't know how stable trunk is, but there are lots of bugs that would be nice to get resolved. Particularly the ones involving the incorrect creation of the sessions table. Evan -- Evan

RE: point release?

2007-12-31 Thread Berger, Daniel
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Evan Weaver Sent: Monday, December 31, 2007 1:27 PM To: Campers Subject: point release? Hello Esteemed Tent-pitchers, Can we get a point release of the current camping trunk? 1.5.1 maybe? I

Re: point release?

2007-12-31 Thread Chris Carter
+ .1 On Dec 31, 2007 2:26 PM, Evan Weaver [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Esteemed Tent-pitchers, Can we get a point release of the current camping trunk? 1.5.1 maybe? I don't know how stable trunk is, but there are lots of bugs that would be nice to get resolved. Particularly the ones

Re: Will there be a new release soon?

2007-11-06 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Hi Daniel, 2007/10/24, Berger, Daniel [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Is there going to be a 1.5.1 release anytime soon? Seems like there have been enough changes in SVN to warrant one and I prefer to use only released code in production. It gives me warmer, fuzzier feelings than using svn/trunk

Re: Will there be a new release soon?

2007-11-06 Thread why the lucky stiff
On Tue, Nov 06, 2007 at 06:15:53PM +0100, Jonas Pfenniger wrote: the svn trunk is near the release but still needs some work on the following areas : * better session handling * fastcgi fixes Look in the track for ticket, patches are welcome :) Let's call this version two since the Hash

Re: Will there be a new release soon?

2007-11-06 Thread Nagy Bence
Hi all, the svn trunk is near the release but still needs some work on the following areas : * better session handling * fastcgi fixes this time I need both of them (with a Remember me function) ;) Greetings, Bence -- Nagy Bence - Tipográl | www.tipogral.hu - Tipokert | www.tipokert.hu

Re: WEBrick Re: Next camping release

2007-09-27 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/9/27, Ernest Prabhakar [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I was looking at the test cases on the changeset: http://code.whytheluckystiff.net/camping/browser/trunk/test?rev=227 However, I didn't see anything about testing with different web browsers; which is a concern since there was a nasty WEBrick

Re: WEBrick Re: Next camping release

2007-09-27 Thread Manfred Stienstra
On Sep 27, 2007, at 10:44, Jonas Pfenniger wrote: P.S. I mean to file the bug, but got into a fight with the trac system. ;-( Patch uploads seem to be broken, so maybe _why can have a look-see? Manfred ___ Camping-list mailing list

WEBrick Re: Next camping release

2007-09-26 Thread Ernest Prabhakar
Hi all, I was looking at the test cases on the changeset: http://code.whytheluckystiff.net/camping/browser/trunk/test?rev=227 However, I didn't see anything about testing with different web browsers; which is a concern since there was a nasty WEBrick bug in the last version. Is there test

Re: Next camping release

2007-09-25 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/9/25, Michael Maltese [EMAIL PROTECTED]: That makes sense. An extension, do you mean like camping/session? Yes, and the gem dependency would only be added to camping-omnibus. But first, let's release Camping 1.6 -- Cheers, zimbatm ___ Camping

Re: Next camping release

2007-09-24 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/9/25, Michael Maltese [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Remove Markaby? How will that work? Only as a direct dependency. It will probably kept as an extension. Basically, you can return a string containing html from your controller methods even if it's a bit rough. -- Cheers, zimbatm

Next camping release

2007-09-23 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Dear camping users, having been contacted by Julian Tarkhanov, I am willing to prepare the next camping release. _why has given me his friendly approval, with the reserve that camping.rb should be lower than 4k. He also told me that he wanted to remove the ActiveSupport and Markaby dependencies

Re: Next camping release

2007-09-23 Thread andré gustavo cardozo
it would be really cool do remove the apache scriptAlias directive so camping would run everywhere On 9/23/07, Manfred Stienstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This will result in a short-term release with not too much changes, used for code stabilization. When this is done, I will embark

Re: Next camping release

2007-09-23 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/9/23, Manfred Stienstra [EMAIL PROTECTED]: This will result in a short-term release with not too much changes, used for code stabilization. When this is done, I will embark on 2.0 for bigger changes like Markaby and AR removal. Cool, I'm currently trying to get my apps working