How to get hold of a patch

I have been researching a problem and found that ticket 4989 solves my
problem (to_xml has new dasherize option).

I am new to RoR and was wondering if the patch that has been mentioned
is available for public release. If so where can I find it and how to
apply?

Thank you

Andrew

On Jun 20, 2006, at 11:31 AM, Andrew C. wrote:

I have been researching a problem and found that ticket 4989 solves my
problem (to_xml has new dasherize option).

I am new to RoR and was wondering if the patch that has been mentioned
is available for public release. If so where can I find it and how to
apply?

This patch has been applied so the feature will be available in the
next Rails release.

The latest Rails (known as “Edge Rails” since it’s the latest stuff
and may make you bleed (in a good way)) is available from the public
Subversion repository.

Your Rails app has some convenient Rake tasks to get you on & off
Edge easily. See to it you have Subversion installed (can you run
‘svn --version’ from the command line?) then do
rake rails:freeze:edge to get on and
rake rails:unfreeze to get off.

Best,
jeremy

Thanks for the info, I don’t have svn, but will do that tomorrow. I am
in the middle of watching the England World Cup match!

Andrew

Jeremy K. wrote:

On Jun 20, 2006, at 11:31 AM, Andrew C. wrote:

I have been researching a problem and found that ticket 4989 solves my
problem (to_xml has new dasherize option).

I am new to RoR and was wondering if the patch that has been mentioned
is available for public release. If so where can I find it and how to
apply?

This patch has been applied so the feature will be available in the
next Rails release.

The latest Rails (known as “Edge Rails” since it’s the latest stuff
and may make you bleed (in a good way)) is available from the public
Subversion repository.

Your Rails app has some convenient Rake tasks to get you on & off
Edge easily. See to it you have Subversion installed (can you run
‘svn --version’ from the command line?) then do
rake rails:freeze:edge to get on and
rake rails:unfreeze to get off.

Best,
jeremy

I don’t have svn, infact I don’t know anything about svn. So I have
decided to take a different approach to my problem.

I also don’t think I can insatll Edge Rails on my customers server, even
though it is only a demo system.

Any idea when the next official release of rails will be, which
hopefully includes the patch?

Thank you

Andrew

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