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31e038e4e9330f6c75ccfd1fca8010ee?d=identicon&s=25 Gregory Brown (Guest)
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= Ruby Reports 0.8 : The "Evil Goldberg" Edition

After nearly 100 changesets since 0.7.0, Ruport 0.8 is now ready.
This release features a number of enhancements to our formatting
system, lots of fun data manipulation features, and general spiffiness
all around.

Thanks to the folks who helped out with this one!

== What is Ruport?

A simple reporting framework that helps your organize your code to
keep it DRY and also provides the basic tools necessary to build your
applications. (data acquisition, arrangement and manipulation,
presentation, delivery, etc.)

== New in this Release


changes since 0.7.2

- Added a number of new data manipulation functions including
  subtables, column operations, and custom Record classes.

- Added several helper functions for rendering in the PDF
  format, including image and rounded text box support.

- Added class level syntactic sugar for renderers, to simplify
  custom format extensions

- Improved our Rope code generation tool by adding file generation
  traces, additional rake tasks, and better errors.

- Fixed a number of bugs and improved documentation

- Included several new samples in examples/ dir

- For a list of backwards incompatible changes, see:

== Get It

gem install ruport -y

== Learn More ==

API Docs :
Mailing List :

== Acknowledgements ==

The following folks had a hand in this release, in one way or another:

Dudley Flanders, James Healy, Dinko Mehinovic, James Edward Gray II,
Mike Milner, Chris Carter, Stefan Mahlitz, Daniel Einspanjer, Evan
Weaver, Paul Novak, Greg Gibson, Skip Shuda
31e038e4e9330f6c75ccfd1fca8010ee?d=identicon&s=25 Gregory Brown (Guest)
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On 2/3/07, Gregory Brown <> wrote:

> - For a list of backwards incompatible changes, see:

That was some map to minnesota. Whoops.
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