How to determine Engine version/release #?


#1

If I start pulling from the opensvn server, etc., is there some way to
confirm or find out which version of an engine (engines plugin,
login_engine, user_engine, etc.) I have, once I’ve installed it in the
vendor/plugins/ directory (i.e., without a version numbered
dir)?

For instance, I would like to first find out which engine plugin I have
already (1.05?)–and I’ve installed it with script/plugin install (not
SVN, obviously I could figure it out if I did an ‘svn co’–but not an
‘svn export’ however!), then perhaps install one from a particular rev,
like 242… and so on.

Tx,
Brad


#2

https://opensvn.csie.org/traccgi/rails_engines/trac.cgi/ticket/71

Good idea.

  • james

#3

is there some way to
find out which version of an engine (engines plugin,
login_engine, user_engine, etc.) I have, once I’ve installed
it in the vendor/plugins/ directory [?]

Answering my own question (with offline help from James–thanks!) -->

Look in /vendor/plugins//CHANGELOG

This will give you the released version number. If you have ‘checked
out’ a work-in-progress revision from opensvn.csie, then you should be
able to determine the revision using SVN of course; if you exported
however, then (currently) you’re out of luck.

There is now a ticket to add a “revision number revealing” rake task to
the engines codebase (tkt #71, found here:
https://opensvn.csie.org/traccgi/rails_engines/trac.cgi/ticket/71 ).

~ Brad


#4

There is now support for giving version information with engines -
please check out the latest Engines plugin & documentation for more
details.

  • james

On 1/31/06, Brad removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

out’ a work-in-progress revision from opensvn.csie, then you should be
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