RoR 1.0!


#1

The RoR web site has been revised along with the release, go check it
out!


#2

On 12/13/05, Jeremy M. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

The RoR web site has been revised along with the release, go check it
out!

I hope that mysql bug that drops the connection after ten minutes of
no activity got fixed…


#3

On 12/13/05, Jeremy M. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

The RoR web site has been revised along with the release, go check it
out!

http://rubyonrails.org

NOW it scales. Finally. Heh.


#4

Not until we rename Rails 1.5 to Rails 5.


#5

NOW it scales. Finally. Heh.

One day we’ll even be ready for the enterprise :wink:


Cheers

Koz


#6

LOL, Thats a comment we should put on the frontpage :slight_smile:


#7

On 13-dec-2005, at 21:12, Jeremy M. wrote:

The RoR web site has been revised along with the release, go check it
out!

http://rubyonrails.org

Anyone got any champagne at hand?


Julian ‘Julik’ Tarkhanov
me at julik.nl


#8

Clarification: I meant add it to the download page, not the guide.


#9

I noticed on the download page (http://rubyonrails.org/down) it says
that OS X users should follow this guide:

http://hivelogic.com/articles/2005/12/01/ruby_rails_lighttpd_mysql_tiger

Did anybody consider also adding Locomotive to that page as an
alternative? If you’re going for ease of use and quick installation,
it seems like a much better option.

Carl


#10

Ahh, there it is, sorry for the false alarm :slight_smile:


#11

See the bottom of the page :slight_smile:

Am 13.12.2005 um 22:40 schrieb Carl Y.:


#12

On 12/13/05, Tom D. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

It has been fixed :slight_smile:

I hope so, as it wasn’t fixed in the last RC.


#13

It has been fixed :slight_smile:

http://dev.rubyonrails.org/ticket/428


#14

So what do I need to do with existing rails apps when there is a Rails
update? What’s the best resource for working out what I should do?


#15

Richard S. :

So what do I need to do with existing rails apps when there is a Rails
update? What’s the best resource for working out what I should do?

Check : http://manuals.rubyonrails.com/read/book/19

  -- Jean-François.


À la renverse.


#16

Hi,

On 12/14/05, Joe Van D. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

On 12/13/05, Jeremy M. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

The RoR web site has been revised along with the release, go check it
out!

I hope that mysql bug that drops the connection after ten minutes of
no activity got fixed…

It does not seem to be. Unfortunately it makes rails practically
un-usable using ruby driver and mysql. I am in the process of
migrating to postgres…


Cheers,

Peter D.

Blog: http://www.RealityForge.org


#17

On 12/13/05, Jean-François removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

Richard S. :

So what do I need to do with existing rails apps when there is a Rails
update? What’s the best resource for working out what I should do?

Check : http://manuals.rubyonrails.com/read/book/19

DHH said in the OP that you just need to update your gems and then run
“rake update_javascripts” to get the latest javascript files.
Assuming that you’re at 0.14.x that’s all there is to it.


#18

On 12/13/05, Peter D. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

It does not seem to be. Unfortunately it makes rails practically
un-usable using ruby driver and mysql. I am in the process of
migrating to postgres…

The bug I was talking about is fixed, at least for me.