Dependencies and Edge Rails?

There’s an open ticket (http://dev.rails-engines.org/tickets/197) to
support the new Dependencies included in Edge Rails. Martin Landers
attached a patch, but for reasons I can’t figure out, the patch doesn’t
want to apply. The patch looks fine to me, line numbers matching, etc.,
but patch rejects all 6 hunks.

Has anyone else successfully applied that patch, or does anyone have any
ideas what could be wrong? I’ve included a step-by-step failcase in the
ticket.

Jay L.

Hi Jay,

I hope to start working on preparing engines for 1.2 at the weekend.
Stay tuned to that ticket.

James

On Fri, 22 Sep 2006 10:16:38 +0100, James A. wrote:

I hope to start working on preparing engines for 1.2 at the weekend.
Stay tuned to that ticket.

Hi… hate to be a nudge, but I’m still tuned and would love to start
converting Hark into an engine.

Jay L.

Apologies for the delay - life, once again, gets in the way of coding :slight_smile:

As an aside, I’m thinking of dropping support for previous versions of
Rails with the next 1.2-compatible engines plugin. Any thoughts,
anyone?

  • james

On 10/16/06, Jay L. [email protected] wrote:

On Mon, 16 Oct 2006 10:01:46 +0100, James A. wrote:

As an aside, I’m thinking of dropping support for previous versions of
Rails with the next 1.2-compatible engines plugin. Any thoughts,
anyone?

Personally, I’d prefer to have at least one version that’s compatible with
both, but I can see why it’d be easier, given the dependencies changes…

As it stands, the version in trunk is compatible with 1.0, 1.1 and
edge (1.2) at the moment.

j.

On Mon, 16 Oct 2006 10:01:46 +0100, James A. wrote:

As an aside, I’m thinking of dropping support for previous versions of
Rails with the next 1.2-compatible engines plugin. Any thoughts,
anyone?

Personally, I’d prefer to have at least one version that’s compatible
with
both, but I can see why it’d be easier, given the dependencies
changes…

Jay

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