Nov 24: 0.3.17 Almost 1.0 RC1


over 10 years ago by on Mongrel News. [Linked from: Riding Rails]
We’re hard at work getting the hot new win32 service Luis wrote out and ready for production. We’re hoping to have that included in the 1.0...

usability redesign for the allison template


over 10 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
I merged my private branch of the Allison template. It's not pink anymore, and is much more usable: Install it as a gem: $ sudo gem install allison It...

Assembla: Interesting but Broken


over 10 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
Assembla looks like it wants to be a Rails version of SourceForge, and it could easily beat sf.net. If it weren’t buggy. A friend started a project...

Fixtures in Ruby Unit Tests


over 10 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I’m writing some Ruby scripts that sort and store lots of small files. After a day or two of hacking I had the basic code working, ran through a few...

Simple Ruby Mocking


over 10 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I mentioned at the end of my last post on testing that I wrote some code to do mocking for my unit tests in Ruby. Writing a small mock library was very...

Mocha


over 10 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I posted yesterday that I was dropping my own little custom mocking code and considering Mocha. A few hours later I made a pass at it and was blown away...

Keep Ruby Gems in Your Home Directory


over 10 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I like keeping my Ruby Gems in my home directory. I don’t have to type sudo in front of every gem command, it’s easier to remember the path...

slow query raiser plugin


over 10 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
module SlowQueryRaiser TIME = 0.75 RAISE = (RAILS_ENV == 'development') class SlowQueryError SlowQueryRaiser::TIME msg = "Query is...

mongrel 1.0.2 release candidate


over 10 years ago by Evan Weaver on Snax.
Release candidates for Mongrel 1.0.2 and its dependencies are out. See the announcement and a brief discussion of the changes. You heard it here first...

Wrong number of arguments (0 for 1) on notifiy method in Ruby on Rails


over 10 years ago by Paul Sturgess on paulsturgess.co.uk articles.
So I just got a cryptic error message: "Wrong number of arguments (0 for 1)" when using the check_box helper thus: f.check_box :notify Clearly I am providing...