Forum: Ruby Ramaze 2009.06

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Michael F. (Guest)
on 2009-06-02 15:57
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The Ramaze development team is happy to announce version 2009.06 of
Ramaze, the
light and modular open source web framework that tries to stay out of
your way.

This release features a lot of work directly from our community and we
really greatful for everybody who helped in testing, patching and
exciting new features.

Our extensive set of specs and docs now covers almost every detail of
implementation and usage. Ramaze is under development by a growing
and in production use at companies.

There have been too many changes since the last official announcement in
2008.07, so I will only list changes since the last release.

== Metadata

Home page:


Git clone:       git://
Current tarball:

IRC: #ramaze on

Simple example:

  require 'ramaze'

  class MainController
    def index
      'Hello, World!'


== Around 80 commits since 2009.05

- Improved bin/ramaze with lots of specs, should work now even on
- Middleware order has been inverted.
- Support for Webrat out of the box.
- Fixed MemCache caching and sessions.
- Removed a whole lot of methods that were marked deprecated.
- New default Layout helper

== Summarized changes with their respective commits

- Antti Tuomi
  - Link helper did not set the prefix, added spec and fixed the
    [ af753a0 | bae2b53 | eba4734 ]

- Michael F. (manveru)
  - Fix bug that made default port/handler break in bin/ramaze [ e6715e1
  - Remove deprecated methods on Ramaze::Controller, Helper::Cache,
    Helper::Link, and Helper::Auth. Also remove the deprecated methods
    Object#acquire, String#/, and Symbol#/
    [ 272fced | 1e4ac92 | a0a9329 | 68242b3 | 57e7a85 | 31b809a |
3fc4622 ]
  - The bacon scope :mock was renamed to :rack_test, added shared
:webrat, so
    you can run your specs with that as well. Also move the
bacon-specific code
    to ramaze/spec/bacon, prepare for test-framework-agnostic behaviour.
    [ f1a2669 | c12a0a4 | fdde916 ]
  - Fix ordering of middleware [ 508bffc ]
  - Warn and fix the ttl if someone exceeds the maximum ttl allowed by
    [ 3124879 | bc08091 ]
  - Comaptibility with localmemcache 0.4.0 [ 096f051 ]
  - Fixed Cache::Sequel to work with 3.1.0 [ d2c2b85 ]
  - Fix bug with memcache on 1.9, make sure the Etag middleware works on
    [ 21763df | 1d0dff5 ]
  - A little bit of example-usage for Helper::Form#form_select, improve
    allowing :multiple => 10 [ a634582 | de73014 ]
  - Avoid useless iteration and fix ambigous linking in helper/paginate
    [ 6fb74df | 9b73450 ]
  - Respect preset options for port/adapter on ramaze start [ 6efaaaa ]
  - Preserve file permissions during `ramaze create` [ 3e3bc0a ]
  - Implement and spec the lonely controller rule [ fdfe5b9 | 4dd866b ]
  - Fix "bug" pointed out by druby [ 796627a ]
  - Output to logger in ramaze/setup if Log is available, don't output
    require exception twice. Avoid infinite recursion when a
    gem name does not match it's lib name [ b9fa0c4 | 7bc9d65 | e6b4996
  - Put a notice into making clear that the handler cannot be
    inside [ b4bad57 ]
  - Some mods to contrib, fix facebook.rb syntax for ruby 1.9 and adding
    Ramaze::AddressableRoute for great profit!  [ c7fbf0c | cafe657 ]
  - Don't write a file to /tmp during the bin/ramaze spec [ eb5e4ef ]

- Pistos
  - Explicitly state top-level namespace for ::File in, since
    otherwise it is confused for Rack::File.
    [ 5509950 ]
  - Added Layout helper with specs and documentation
    [ a84f675 | 41ad023 | 4f23d16 ]

- TJ Vanderpoel (bougyman)
  - Added some specs for ramaze/bin, correcting a require bug already in
    bin/ramaze. [ 8bbb8e8 | 9a3edf3 | 33fa3aa ]

A complete Changelog is available at

== Known issues

- Some problems may show up when running the specs, these are mostly
  by the gem-versions of Rack::Test and Rack, they only affect the specs
  should have no influence on the actual runtime.

== Ramaze Features

- Builds on top of the Rack library, which provides easy use of adapters
  Mongrel, WEBrick, LiteSpeed, Thin, CGI or FCGI.

- Supports a wide range of templating-engines like: ERB, Erubis, Haml,
  Maruku, Redcloth, Remarkably, Sass, Tagz, Tenjin. And its own engines
  Etanni, Ezamar, Gestalt, and Nagoro.

- Highly modular structure: you can just use the parts you like. This
  means that it's very simple to add your own customizations.

- A variety of helpers is already available, giving you things like
  caching, OpenID-authentication or aspect-oriented programming for your

- It is possible to use the ORM you like, be it Sequel, DataMapper,
  ActiveRecord, Og, Kansas or something more simplistic like DBI, or a
  around YAML::Store.

- Good documentation: although we don't have 100% documentation right
now (dcov
  says around 75%), just about every part of Ramaze is covered with
basic and
  advanced docs. There are a variety of examples, screencasts and a

- Friendly community: there are people from all over the world using
Ramaze, so
  you can get almost instant help and info.

For more information please come to or ask directly on

Thank you, Michael 'manveru' Fellinger and the Ramaze community
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