Typo 5.3.x on rails 2.3.2

I have been playing round with getting typo running on rails 2.3.2. It
is mostly functioning[1] and I have put the changes up on github[2].

Cheers,

Edward

  1. http://blog.vortorus.net/2009/08/01/porting-typo-blog-to-rails-2-3-2
  2. http://github.com/emiddleton/typo/tree/typo_for_rails_2_3_2

Edward Middleton wrote:

I have been playing round with getting typo running on rails 2.3.2. It
is mostly functioning[1] and I have put the changes up on github[2].

Interesting, I’ll see if I can have a look at it this weekend or the
next. It
seems the NameErrors (uninitialized constant
ActionController::Caching::Sweeper)
bug was fixed in Rails 2.3.3, so I think we should aim for that when
moving Typo
to the Rails 2.3.

Matijs van Zuijlen wrote:

Edward Middleton wrote:

I have been playing round with getting typo running on rails 2.3.2. It
is mostly functioning[1] and I have put the changes up on github[2].

Interesting, I’ll see if I can have a look at it this weekend or the next. It
seems the NameErrors (uninitialized constant ActionController::Caching::Sweeper)
bug was fixed in Rails 2.3.3, so I think we should aim for that when moving Typo
to the Rails 2.3.

I am having a look at 2.3.3 now but I am having issues with static
sidebars bodies being escaped when they are displayed.

The major benefit of 2.3. seems to be improved memory footprint. With
2.2.2 I was running at over > 100M a thin process. I am now running
stably at about 50M.

Edward

Matijs van Zuijlen wrote:

… It seems the NameErrors (uninitialized constant ActionController::Caching::Sweeper)
bug was fixed in Rails 2.3.3, so I think we should aim for that when moving Typo
to the Rails 2.3.

I updated to 2.3.3. an pushed to github[1]. There may still be bugs but
it seems to be working pretty well now.

Edward

  1. http://github.com/emiddleton/typo/tree/typo_for_rails_2_3_3

Le 3 août 09 à 16:03, Edward Middleton a écrit :

Edward

Hello,

thank you for commiting. I’m going to have a look at this tonight or
tomorrow according to my planning.

It’s great to see than Cyril, Matisj and I are not the only one to
still support Typo
Cheers,
Frédéric


Frédéric de Villamil
“What’s mine is mine. What’s yours is still unsetteled” – Go player
proverb
[email protected] tel: +33 (0)6 62 19 1337
http://t37.net Typo : http://typosphere.org

de Villamil Frédéric wrote:

thank you for commiting. I’m going to have a look at this tonight or
tomorrow according to my planning.

Hi Frédéric,

I have been running a slightly modified version of typo_for_rails_2_3_2
(using varnish to replace page caching[1]) on my blog[2] for about a
month. I have only tested typo_for_rails_2_3_3 locally. I am using
thin as the application server. Running in development mode with
webrick I get an error about the ApplicationController being unloaded.
This doesn’t happen with thin i.e.

script/server thin

Apart from that I haven’t noticed any problems.

Cheers,

Edward

http://articles.tlug.jp/wiki/Meetings:2008:11#.3C.3C_Lightening_Talk_.283.29_.3E.3E
2. http://blog.vortorus.net/

de Villamil Frédéric wrote:

I’ve merged your code with HEAD, and everything seems to be alright
despite some tests failing for some rendering issues I need to investigate.

Were these tests working before. When I looked at these tests it apears
everything is being rendered as markdown and the test presume it should
be rendered as textile. I removed textile support in my local version
and so changed all these to the correct behavior for markdown. Removing
redcloth might also be the reason for the smaller (50mb) memory
footprint, but I will have to investigate further.

I’ve also switched my 2 production blogs to 2.3.3 and everything is
going smoothly. http://en.t37.net sticks at 73mb instead of 80 before.
http://t37.net uses 87mb instead of the usual 490 (never understood why
though), so it’s a great improvement.

I think we’ll be able to release soon a 5.4 version. I still have a list
of things I want to fix before.

Thank you to all the contributors (never had that much since I tool over
the project)

Not a problem, There is is a bit more but it wasn’t related to changing
to 2.3.3 so I didn’t upload it yet. I would like to get typo running
on ruby 1.9.1. I think that might generate a bit more interest in the
project.

I will be on holidays for a week from this Friday so don’t expect
anything before I return.

Cheers,

Edward

Le 4 août 09 à 04:09, Edward Middleton a écrit :

I updated to 2.3.3. an pushed to github[1]. There may still be
(using varnish to replace page caching[1]) on my blog[2] for about a

Edward

Hi Edward,

I’ve merged your code with HEAD, and everything seems to be alright
despite some tests failing for some rendering issues I need to
investigate.

I’ve also switched my 2 production blogs to 2.3.3 and everything is
going smoothly. http://en.t37.net sticks at 73mb instead of 80 before.
http://t37.net
uses 87mb instead of the usual 490 (never understood why though), so
it’s a great improvement.

I think we’ll be able to release soon a 5.4 version. I still have a
list of things I want to fix before.

Thank you to all the contributors (never had that much since I tool
over the project)
Fred


Frédéric de Villamil
“What’s mine is mine. What’s yours is still unsetteled” – Go player
proverb
[email protected] tel: +33 (0)6 62 19 1337
http://t37.net Typo : http://typosphere.org

I want to thank you guys for this work – I’m hoping to upgrade my rails
project (http://www.hillheat.com) but it’s going to be a bear for this
hackish coder, so it’s good to know there’s still work being done on
Typo.

Merci beaucoup!

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