Re: Philosophy

2010-08-23 Thread Aria Stewart
On Aug 23, 2010, at 4:17 AM, Dave Everitt wrote: For me, the philosophy is to keep it as simple as absolutely possible. I'm an eternal newbie, really keen to maintain a way for 'the rest of us' to have a web framework that: 1. doesn't give you cognitive overload and file bloat, 2.

Re: Don't understand one part of the book

2010-08-21 Thread Aria Stewart
On Aug 21, 2010, at 11:40 AM, Quiliro Ordóñez wrote: Hi Guys/Gals. I am new to the world of Camping. It looks very simple. I have two issues: - What types of applications is Camping more suitable than Rails. Where you want something small and easy. Or you like knowing exactly what

Re: What now?

2009-10-19 Thread Aria Stewart
it! I'll certainly be linking to it from my blog. Aria Stewart ___ Camping-list mailing list

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 ( + sheila (written in Camping; example: What do you think? Sounds great! I

Re: H with indifferent access

2009-01-24 Thread Aria Stewart
On Jan 24, 2009, at 7:24, zimbatm wrote: Hi Magnus, I prefer using method_missing, with string access for fallback when key names are not compatible with ruby method names. And I prefer symbols, but it's a total edge case to me. Strings are great too, and it'd bug me less

Re: Let's get this done, please :-)

2008-10-30 Thread Aria Stewart
, we need to clear up the rdoc and write howtos for camping with fastcgi, passenger, and other web servers. I don't know, what do most people deploy camping on? Proxied to Mongrel and using FastCGI, both. I intend to use swiftiply at some point. Aria Stewart [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: An issue for consideration

2008-05-27 Thread Aria Stewart
On May 23, 2008, at 5:21 PM, Brendan Taylor wrote: You missed PUT :) I can imagine situations where you'd want to be able to use more esoteric HTTP methods (like OPTIONS, or any of WebDAV's many extension methods). I don't have a better solution though, and this may be Good Enough™. Indeed.

Re: Camping 2.0 - What's left?

2008-05-25 Thread Aria Stewart
On Sat, 2008-05-24 at 22:43 -0500, _why wrote: On Sun, May 25, 2008 at 12:25:08AM +0200, Magnus Holm wrote: * The cookie session is named Camping::Session and is placed in camping/session.rb. Maybe this should be called Camping::CookieSession or??? You know, these cookie sessions seem like

Re: Rack, Camping 2.0++

2008-05-22 Thread Aria Stewart
mongrel.rb). Splendid! If we can say Camping, the 3K Microframework, then I think we will really have a reason to bump the big number. I'll wait for a reaction from zimbatm, but I am euphoric about these changes. Oh, that's wonderful! I really like it! Aria Stewart [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [poll] What was your primary language before you started coding in Ruby?

2008-05-05 Thread Aria Stewart
On May 4, 2008, at 10:14 PM, John Beppu wrote: This is an informal poll. If you are primarily a Ruby programmer, - What was your primary language before you started coding in Ruby? Else, - What's your current programming language of choice? Perl, PHP, ObjectiveC, depending on task.

Re: Keeping Camping going

2008-03-17 Thread Aria Stewart
On Jan 12, 2008, at 4:15 PM, Jonas Pfenniger wrote: 2008/1/10, Jeremy McAnally [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I'm not sure who Camping's steward is at this point(zimbatm? _why?), but I haven't seen much activity in quite some time. I really like Camping, and I understand open source projects can fall by

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 on

Re: how to encrypt the password/login for the blog.rb example?

2008-02-25 Thread Aria Stewart
On Feb 25, 2008, at 2:21 PM, Albert Ng wrote: I'll keep that in mind. As an aside, using this gem, how would I go about changing the user without closing the browser or raising «Unauthorized»? That last pops up a log-in window that can't authorize (have to press escape). You can't.

Re: Keeping Camping going

2008-01-14 Thread Aria Stewart
On Sat, 2008-01-12 at 20:07 -0500, Jeremy McAnally wrote: Hmm yes the direct FastCGI support could be supplanted by making sure we have a solid and tested Rack adapter. That way they still get the FastCGI support but we don't have to maintain all the evil parts of it. I'll look through

Re: Cookie session handling?

2007-10-05 Thread Aria Stewart
On Oct 5, 2007, at 3:54 PM, Evan Weaver wrote: Sure, and maybe it doesn't really need to be process-persistent. Wouldn't that limit you to non-load-balanced apps, since you could only have one simultaneous process if you want session consistency? Evan Can always make it easy and

Re: PUT (and friends) bug?

2007-09-28 Thread Aria Stewart
On Fri, 2007-09-28 at 22:50 +0200, Jonas Pfenniger wrote: 2007/9/28, Nathaniel Talbott [EMAIL PROTECTED]: As far as I can tell, sending an actual HTTP PUT request to a Camping app will never parse the params out of the request body - or am I going nuts? No you aren't at all. Actually,