Rails 1.1?


#1

I have a few very basic questions.

Is anyone using rails 1.1?
How/Where can I get Rails 1.1 (I don’t see it on RubyonRails.org?
What are the issues involved in moving from Rails 1.0 to Rails 1.1?
If I move to Rails 1.1, can I downgrade? Just curious.

Thank you very much for your assistance.

Frank


#2

On Feb 10, 2006, at 7:52 PM, softwareengineer 99 wrote:

Is anyone using rails 1.1?

It’s not out yet.

How/Where can I get Rails 1.1 (I don’t see it on RubyonRails.org?

If you’re using system installed gems, you can get the
current Rails subversion HEAD via:

rake freeze_edge

If I move to Rails 1.1, can I downgrade? Just curious.

rake unfreeze_rails


– Tom M.


#3

Thanks Tom for your reply.

I don’t know why I thought Rails 1.1 was out.

The main thing is that I currently have Rails 1.0 installed and would
like to use

visual_effect :toggle_slide, Â?elementÂ?

as stated here
http://ajaxian.com/archives/scriptaculous-151-includes-new-effects

However, I cannot seem to find where can I get the bleeding edge?

If I run the following command, will I get the bleeding edge?

rake freeze_edge

Thank you once again for your assistance.

Frank

Tom M. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote: On Feb 10, 2006, at 7:52
PM, softwareengineer 99 wrote:

Is anyone using rails 1.1?

It’s not out yet.

How/Where can I get Rails 1.1 (I don’t see it on RubyonRails.org?

If you’re using system installed gems, you can get the
current Rails subversion HEAD via:

rake freeze_edge

If I move to Rails 1.1, can I downgrade? Just curious.

rake unfreeze_rails


– Tom M.


#4

On 2/10/06, softwareengineer 99 removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

http://ajaxian.com/archives/scriptaculous-151-includes-new-effects

However, I cannot seem to find where can I get the bleeding edge?

If I run the following command, will I get the bleeding edge?

rake freeze_edge

yes

http://wiki.rubyonrails.com/rails/pages/EdgeRails


#5

Thanks Pat for the resource.
Frank

Pat M. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote: yes

http://wiki.rubyonrails.com/rails/pages/EdgeRails


#6

I have a related question which the wiki article doesn’t quite
answer…or
rather it still leaves me confused.
Here’s my situtation. I develop using radrails on 3 Debian Sarge
machines,
at work, at home and on a laptop. All are configured identically to use
gem
rails. Gem rails were installed as root and so they are in
/usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems. Currently I just copy the entire project
directory including the radrails workspace to a usb flash drive and move
from one to the other which works great. However I’d like to use
subversion
and am planning to set up my project repository on a server. I’d still
like
to keep the gem rails on all three for certain projects.

What confuses me is the need for a seperate trunk in /tmp even though
the
entire trunk is in vendor rails. Why is this needed? Should I setup
edge_rails as root or does it have to be installed as ‘user’ in /tmp or
in
/vendor/rails for a given project? Is there some way to setup both gem
rails
and edge_rails and select one or the other at project creation time? Any
help here will be greatly appreciated.

Kyle,

Is there some way to select gem vs. edge_rails form radrails?

bakki kudva

On 2/10/06, Pat M. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

On 2/10/06, softwareengineer 99 removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:


#7

The main thing is that I currently have Rails 1.0 installed and
would like to use

visual_effect :toggle_slide, �element�

That’s in Rails 1.0, you can use it right now. See:
http://rails.rubyonrails.com/classes/ActionView/Helpers/
JavaScriptHelper.html#M000443

The effects aren’t listed anywhere, but you should be able to figure
them out from the set available in Scriptaculous: :blind_down, :fade,
:hilight, etc.