Re: camping moved to github

2008-04-07 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2008/4/7 _why [EMAIL PROTECTED]: In the better interest of helping all of you feel more welcome to contribute. http://github.com/why/camping I will probably close Trac and move to ditz for bug management, if zimbatm doesn't mind at all. You can look at Shoes' bugs/ directory for a

Re: Camping is a winner at SXSW-i

2008-03-12 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Brilliant ! -- Cheers, Jonas ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list

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

2008-03-12 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2008/2/25, Albert Ng [EMAIL PROTECTED]: 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 Ā«UnauthorizedĀ»? That last pops up a log-in window that can't authorize (have to press escape). There is no perfect

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 Jonas Pfenniger
2008/3/12, Paul van Tilburg [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello all, On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 05:58:00PM +0100, Jonas Pfenniger wrote: 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

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: Keeping Camping going

2008-01-12 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
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 the wayside. Some times ago, I proposed to take the

Re: How many CRLFs between header and body?

2007-11-23 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Hey Brendan, thanks a lot for your insightful investigation. I've committed the fix [239], I hope it solves the problem now :) A propos FastCGI, I think that Camping should drop it's support. I don't know what other people think, but if you look at the bug tracker, most bugs are related to it.

Re: css image url's and :img problem

2007-11-22 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
I know what I will say won't help you : FastCGI is a total waste of time. Apart if you're stucked with that setup, a reverse proxy of any kind does just fine and is much less hassle to maintain/operate. Contrary to FastCGI, HTTP is a well understood and supported protocol, with lots of different

Re: where do i get the return value of a javascipt method?

2007-11-21 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/11/21, Ronald Evangelista [EMAIL PROTECTED]: how do i get the value of a javascipt confirm() function? a(:href=R(DeleteUser, @user.id), :onclick = javascript:confirm('You sure about this?')){label} Try adding the return statement, like return confirm(sure ?). But it is better to use a

Re: css image url's and :img problem

2007-11-20 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/11/20, pedro mg [EMAIL PROTECTED]: But it doesnt render in the browser, reporting: The image http://localhost:3301/project/static/img01.png; cannot be displayed because it contains errors. Any hint ? Are you still running the same code ? I've spotted another error : more line 5

Re: css image url's and :img problem

2007-11-20 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Try this version : http://pastebin.com/m10c8fab0 -- Cheers, zimbatm ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list

Re: css image url's and :img problem

2007-11-19 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/11/18, pedro mg [EMAIL PROTECTED]: The class is here: http://pastebin.com/f7c92f95a Remove the quotes around the regexp on line 5. Right now the expression returns nil, which is not an entry in your MIME_TYPES hash. Apparently the browser can work around a nil mime-type for the .css but not

Re: textarea fails on rows attribute

2007-11-06 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Hi Daniel, Markaby throws an exception on malformed html entities to ensure valid HTML. The INPUT / tag doesn't accept that rows attribute because it is not set in the standard (or am I wrong?). I don't remember where but I think that it is possible to disable those checks if you want but I

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. :) the

Re: help on helper module inclusion/extension

2007-11-06 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
The root of the problem is that a module doesn't propagate newly included methods on classes or modules where it's been alreay included. take : module A; def a; end; end module B; def b; end; end class C; end where A is included in B and B in C. Depending on the inclusion order, you won't get

Re: Weird application/x-www-form-urlencoded bug

2007-10-24 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/10/23, Simon Rozet [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, I experienced a weird bug today, while implementing an AtomPub server. I pasted all the story and bug details here : http://p.caboo.se/110125 It maybe be related to http://code.whytheluckystiff.net/camping/ticket/142 ... I am using -

Re: Something is wrong with Camping::H in the svn version

2007-10-15 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Hi Nagy, you should drop your session table once. Camping::H now inherits from Hash but your sessions data still use HashWithIndifferentAccess. -- Cheers, zimbatm ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org

Camping and sessions proposal.

2007-10-09 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Hi Campers, from the discussions gathered around, the current Camping sessions don't seem to be satisfying. ActiveRecord doesn't seem to handle hashid as an identifier, plus it doesn't seem to be fully consistent across the various RDBMS. On the other hand, the scope of the project does not

Re: Session handling busted on Oracle

2007-10-08 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/10/8, Berger, Daniel [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Was there something else I should have used? Well technically, the id field is not necessary anymore. I don't know how AR will react if it is set. Also, are you sure that you are using camping from trunk ? Btw, here is the schema I have on sqlite :

Re: Cookie session handling?

2007-10-07 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/10/5, why the lucky stiff [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Fri, Oct 05, 2007 at 06:08:12PM +0200, Jonas Pfenniger wrote: I like the idea pretty much. What do you think of simply using a Camping::H that is process-persistent ? Sure, and maybe it doesn't really need to be process-persistent. How

Re: Session handling busted on Oracle

2007-10-07 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Weird, the ivars field should have been defined in the generate function. Did you drop the session schema on beforehand ? -- Cheers, zimbatm ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list

Re: Session handling busted on Oracle

2007-10-05 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Hi Daniel, I think that I have corrected that last week changeset [226]. The problem was that Session uses it's own kind of id (hashid) and that by default, ActiveRecord uses an incremental version. See : http://code.whytheluckystiff.net/camping/changeset/226 Please tell me if I introduced any

Re: PUT (and friends) bug?

2007-09-30 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Okay, I'll remove the test then. -- Cheers, zimbatm ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list

Re: Camping and ruby2ruby

2007-09-28 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/9/28, MenTaLguY [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Perhaps condensing ? Yes, with a little touch of artistic sense added :) Cheers, zimbatm ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list

Re: PUT (and friends) bug?

2007-09-28 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
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, Camping is only a toy to quickly hack small apps together. I am

Re: putting away HashWithIndifferentAccess

2007-09-28 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/9/27, why the lucky stiff [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Well, case-sensitiveness would be a prob with 1.5 as well. Since @env.HTTP_HOST will work and @env.http_host will not. True. So what do you think of the attached patch ? It removes roughly 50 octets to camping.rb and seems to work pretty well,

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: Camping and ruby2ruby

2007-09-27 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Hi Gregor, I wasn't able to track the error on Camping side, but it comes from r2r that defines nil.error_missing. 2007/9/27, Gregor Schmidt [EMAIL PROTECTED]: require rubygems require ruby2ruby # It works in this case but probably breaks r2r on a larger scale. class NilClass undef

Re: Camping and ruby2ruby

2007-09-27 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/9/27, Gregor Schmidt [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Defining NilClass#method_missing for nothing is not too clever, for a large scale libary IMO. I'm not sure you understood, it is ruby2ruby who defined nil.method_missing. We can't start to support each and every hack a library will add to the Ruby

Re: putting away HashWithIndifferentAccess

2007-09-26 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/9/26, why the lucky stiff [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hey, campineros. And many good handshakes to zimbatm for getting some patches applied. You're welcome ! Markaby's going to take much more work. Part of the issue is: how does an app tell Camping that it needs to use Markaby without

Re: putting away HashWithIndifferentAccess

2007-09-26 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Minimal HWIA removal patch attached. So far, the examples, file upload, sessions, all work under mongrel with the patch applied. _why, is it something like that that you want ? I'm not even sure if HWIA extension is useful. The method_missing shortcut is even shorter than the one with :symbols.

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 ___

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 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

Re: customizing global request handler

2007-04-18 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
2007/4/18, Thomas Lockney [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On 4/18/07, Jonas Pfenniger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Carmen, to avoid patching Camping, I suggest you look into overriding the service method for the target controllers. You can do this in your main application module or by including

Re: Gem broekn?

2007-04-18 Thread Jonas Pfenniger
Try removing ~/.gem/source_cache first 2007/4/18, carmen [EMAIL PROTECTED]: gem install --source http://code.whytheluckystiff.net camping Need to update 3 gems from http://code.whytheluckystiff.net ... complete ERROR: While executing gem ... (TypeError) gem install camping-omnibus