I have a Capistrano 1.1 patch - where does it go?

I have a patch for Capistrano 1.1 - how do I submit it?

Wes

Wes,

Go to the Rails trac (http://dev.rubyonrails.org) and submit a new
ticket with the patch attached.

Thanks!

  • Jamis

Jamis,

<DUMB QUESTION?>

Capistrano isn’t part of the core Rails distribution, is it? So why
would I try and patch Rails itself? Is there another SVN repository for
the Capistrano gem?

</DUMB QUESTION?>

Wes

Jamis B. wrote:

Wes,

Go to the Rails trac (http://dev.rubyonrails.org) and submit a new
ticket with the patch attached.

Thanks!

  • Jamis

Got it - thanks.

If for some reason I can’t get the patch done in a timely manner, is
there still a way that I can report it?

Wes

Jamis B. wrote:

Wes,

Capistrano isn’t part of the core Rails distribution, but it is
stored in the Rails svn repository. If you look at the structure of
the Rails svn repo, it goes something like this:

branches
-> stable
plugins
-> account_location
-> acts_as_taggable
-> browser_filters
-> …
spinoffs
-> prototype
-> scriptaculous
tools
-> capistrano
-> cia

trunk
-> actionmailer
-> actionpack

So, as you can see, the Rails SVN repo has a lot more than “just”
Rails in it. Please do submit any tickets for Capistrano to the same
trac as Rails (http://dev.rubyonrails.org/newticket), specifying
“Capistrano” as the component.

Hope that helps,

Jamis

On Apr 10, 2006, at 11:57 PM, Wes G. wrote:

Got it - thanks.

If for some reason I can’t get the patch done in a timely manner, is
there still a way that I can report it?

Wes, yes. Feel free to report Capistrano bugs or submit feature
requests via the same interface.

  • Jamis

Wes,

Capistrano isn’t part of the core Rails distribution, but it is
stored in the Rails svn repository. If you look at the structure of
the Rails svn repo, it goes something like this:

branches
-> stable
plugins
-> account_location
-> acts_as_taggable
-> browser_filters
-> …
spinoffs
-> prototype
-> scriptaculous
tools
-> capistrano
-> cia

trunk
-> actionmailer
-> actionpack

So, as you can see, the Rails SVN repo has a lot more than “just”
Rails in it. Please do submit any tickets for Capistrano to the same
trac as Rails (http://dev.rubyonrails.org/newticket), specifying
“Capistrano” as the component.

Hope that helps,

Jamis

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