[Nitro] RDog Pong
m.fellinger at gmail.com
Tue Jun 27 07:30:01 EDT 2006
Ok, it's been a while since i wrote about the progress of rdog, good
vagabond kept you guys up to date :)
However, the version runs now - with about 90% of the featureset on
I'm not sure if i can post the address here, so i'll just wait for an
OK from vag - also because webrick eats quite some ressources and i'm
not sure what this server is supposed to do...
anyway, the svn is a bit messy at the moment... apologies for that,
but i just checked in the version that worked for me at that time.
some issues i have encountered:
facets needs to be patched - waiting for version 1.4.3 - using our own
version for now... the patch was posted here a while ago in the facets
we have found a bug in the schema_inheritance of all stores except for postgres.
but i cannot create a bundle to patch it as long as devlab-repo gives
me a 404 :(
apart from that, most stuff runs smooth, reduced the code of
rdog-frontend to about 1/3 of the old svn and there's still room for
one thing we currently don't do is handling of the categories and
showing where which method originates - i have to bring the frontend
up2date on that, but that might take a bit...
anyway - with a little bit more effort we have rdog finished and can
work on extending functionality even more - the approach of embedding
it in spark is not the worst - but i still believe it can be made
better, with a wiki/comments mix so that designated editors can
integrate content of comments into the wiki which joins the
ok, back to work :)
On 6/27/06, James Britt <james.britt at gmail.com> wrote:
> Andrew Thompson wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > This is a continuation of the 'Rdog ping' thread a few threads up, I
> > decided to start over again as the mailing list breaking kinda scewed
> > stuff up.
> > Over the weekend I have been hammering on the rdog-generators with the
> > result that I have fixed 4 major (as in htf did this code ever work)
> > bugs, added some more features and completely gutted and re-written the
> > Og generator.
> > I've also been poking manveru to work on the frontend again. Apparently
> > with no longer having to deal with YAML files and with his improved
> > nitro experience he also has improved the code.
> > I'm working on getting the development site hosted on a machine at work
> > as neither manveru or I have boxes that can easily host or run the rdoc
> > generator runs (500mhz thinkpad with 192 megs of ram here).
> > I've committed my fixes to the ruby forge SVn (now that it's finally
> > back up) and manveru will probably do the same shortly. I hope to
> > continue to work on it so we can show that anything railers can do, we
> > can do better :P.
> Oh, nice, thanks.
> (svn? I've been asleep. When did rubyforge.org move from cvs?
> Anyways, I like it. But shows how often I touch my own rubyforge projects.)
> I see I'll something extra:
> require '/home/manveru/darcs/devlab/glycerin'
> James Britt
> "In physics the truth is rarely perfectly clear, and that is certainly
> universally the case in human affairs. Hence, what is not surrounded by
> uncertainty cannot be the truth."
> - R. Feynman
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