[typo] The rails_1_1 branch

Jon Gretar Borgthorsson jon.borgthorsson at gmail.com
Thu Mar 30 06:43:44 EST 2006


Switched yesterday... Works fine under 1.1

On 3/30/06, cedric <cedric at feelfree.homelinux.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> This morning I've switched on the rails_1_1 branch for my typo blogs
> (production & development)
>
> After a restart of my apache server, everything just works perfectly!
>
> Thanks for this great job!
>
> PS:my installation: Apache 2.0.54 on debian Sarge, rails 1.1 :-), fastcgi
> module
>
> Regards Cédric
>
> Le Jeudi 30 Mars 2006 07:01, Piers Cawley a écrit:
> > Okay, who wants to be on the bleading edge?
> >
> > If you've been watching the typo trac[1], you'll have seen that we now
> > have a rails_1_1 branch. If you've been watching carefully, you'll be
> > aware that we think we've ironed out the bugs and it works for both
> > Rails 1.1 and 1.0 with the following caveat:
> >
> > * Under Rails 1.0 it's a wee bit fragile in development mode; if you
> >   interrupt a request before it's finished, you'll get a white screen
> >   of death
> >
> > However, from the testing I've managed to give it, it seems to be
> > reasonably bulletproof under Rails 1.1 in both development and
> > production mode, and under Rails 1.0 in production mode. Since a lot
> > of you are using production mode, you probably won't see the 1.0
> > problems.
> >
> > So, before we merge the branch back onto the main line and call it
> > done, we'd appreciate bug reports and 'no bug' reports from as many
> > people as possible. The magic incantation to run from your typo base
> > directory is
> >
> >   $ svn switch svn://typosphere.org/typo/branches/rails_1_1
> >
> > If you don't have your typo repository under svn control, you can
> > check it out using:
> >
> >   $ svn co svn://typosphere.org/typo/branches/rails_1_1 <target_directory>
> >
> > If you're running Typo 2.6.0, you'll need to freeze rails 1.0 in your
> > vendor directory; I'm afraid we're unlikely to go back and fix it to
> > work with Rails 1.1, but if anyone has a patch.
> >
> > 1. http://www.typosphere.org/trac/timeline -- a good place to start
>
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