Nokogiri 1.5.1.rc1 released

Nokogiri version 1.5.1.rc1 has been released!

This is a release candidate! If you’re the author of a library that
depends
on Nokogiri, please test.

If no blocking issues are brought to the attention of Team Nokogiri,
we’ll
go 1.5.1 final on or about March 9, 2012.

Nokogiri (鋸) is an HTML, XML, SAX, and Reader parser. Among Nokogiri’s
many features is the ability to search documents via XPath or CSS3
selectors.

XML is like violence - if it doesn’t solve your problems, you are not
using
enough of it.

Changes:

1.5.1 / unreleased

  • Features

    • XML::Builder#comment allows creation of comment nodes.

    • CSS searches now support namespaced attributes. #593

  • Bugfixes

    • Fix a memory leak in encoding detection. Thanks for pointing this
      out, @ender672!

    • extconf searches homebrew paths if homebrew is installed.

    • XML::Attr nodes are not allowed to be added as node children, so an
      exception is raised. #558

    • No longer defensively “pickle” adjacent text nodes on
      Node#add_next_sibling and Node#add_previous_sibling calls. #595.

    • Document#add_child now accepts a Node, NodeSet, DocumentFragment,
      or String. #546.

    • Document#create_element now recognizes namespaces containing
      non-word characters (like “SOAP-ENV”). This is mostly relevant to
      users of Builder, which calls Document#create_element for nearly
      everything. #531.

FYI: Nokogiri 1.5.1.rc1 is out. Give it a try.

-Yoko

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Mike D. [email protected]
Date: Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:24 PM
Subject: [nokogiri-talk] [ANN] nokogiri 1.5.1.rc1 released
To: ruby-talk [email protected], nokogiri-talk
[email protected]

Nokogiri version 1.5.1.rc1 has been released!

This is a release candidate! If you’re the author of a library that
depends on Nokogiri, please test.

If no blocking issues are brought to the attention of Team Nokogiri,
we’ll go 1.5.1 final on or about March 9, 2012.

Nokogiri (鋸) is an HTML, XML, SAX, and Reader parser. Among Nokogiri’s
many features is the ability to search documents via XPath or CSS3
selectors.

XML is like violence - if it doesn’t solve your problems, you are not
using
enough of it.

Changes:

1.5.1 / unreleased

  • Features

    • XML::Builder#comment allows creation of comment nodes.

    • CSS searches now support namespaced attributes. #593

  • Bugfixes

    • Fix a memory leak in encoding detection. Thanks for pointing this
      out, @ender672!

    • extconf searches homebrew paths if homebrew is installed.

    • XML::Attr nodes are not allowed to be added as node children, so an
      exception is raised. #558

    • No longer defensively “pickle” adjacent text nodes on
      Node#add_next_sibling and Node#add_previous_sibling calls. #595.

    • Document#add_child now accepts a Node, NodeSet, DocumentFragment,
      or String. #546.

    • Document#create_element now recognizes namespaces containing
      non-word characters (like “SOAP-ENV”). This is mostly relevant to
      users of Builder, which calls Document#create_element for nearly
      everything. #531.


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On Sun, Mar 4, 2012 at 2:47 AM, Sébastien Le Callonnec [email protected]
wrote:

The changelog below doesn’t mention the fixes you’ve made for Nokogiri java
but it seems they are in rc1 too. Would that be correct?

Good point.
I added fixes I’ve done since 1.5.0 release to the changelog.

Thanks,
-Yoko

Hi Yoko,

Good stuff! I got it with:

gem install nokogiri --pre

The changelog below doesn’t mention the fixes you’ve made for Nokogiri
java but it seems they are in rc1 too. Would that be correct?

Thanks,
Sébastien.

Le 04/03/2012 05:52, Yoko H. a écrit :

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