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10 feed.xml
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<feed xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom">
<id>http://fingertips.github.com/</id>
<link href="http://Fingertips.github.com/feed.xml" rel="self"/>
- <updated>2009-03-05T17:21:30+01:00</updated>
+ <updated>2009-03-06T16:22:46+01:00</updated>
<author>
<name>Fingertips</name>
</author>
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<summary>A template renderer, and rake tasks, for lazy developers who would like to showcase their jewelry portfolio (libraries) on their GitHub pages.</summary>
<content>Imagine writing an erb template once and use rake portfolio:release to generate and push the index.html for your GitHub pages. If that sounds good to you, you're in luck. Because that's exactly what this gem does.</content>
</entry>
+ <entry>
+ <id>http://github.com/Fingertips/as_new-san/tree/master#0.1.0</id>
+ <updated>2009-03-06T00:00:00Z</updated>
+ <title>As New-san 0.1.0</title>
+ <link href="http://github.com/Fingertips/as_new-san/tree/master"/>
+ <summary>A simple plugin which allows you to create records in the database, but treat them as if they were new records.</summary>
+ <content>The AsNewSan mixin makes it easier to create associations on a new Active Record instance. Use the as_new method to instantiate new empty objects that are immediately saved to the database with a special flag marking them as new. Because new instances are already stored in the database, you always have an id available for creating associations. This means you can use the same views and controller logic for new and edit actions which is especially helpful when you are creating new associated objects using Ajax calls.</content>
+ </entry>
</feed>
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7 index.html
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</li>
<li>
+ <h2><a href="http://github.com/Fingertips/as_new-san/tree/master">As New-san</a> <span class="version">0.1.0</span></h2>
+ <p class="description">The AsNewSan mixin makes it easier to create associations on a new Active Record instance. Use the as_new method to instantiate new empty objects that are immediately saved to the database with a special flag marking them as new. Because new instances are already stored in the database, you always have an id available for creating associations. This means you can use the same views and controller logic for new and edit actions which is especially helpful when you are creating new associated objects using Ajax calls.</p>
+ <div class="install"><span>Install: </span><code>$ sudo gem install Fingertips-as_new-san -s http://gems.github.com</code></div>
+ <div class="clone"><span>Clone: </span><code>$ git clone git://github.com/Fingertips/as_new-san.git</code></div>
+ </li>
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+ <li>
<h2><a href="http://github.com/Fingertips/jewelry_portfolio/tree/master">Jewelry Portfolio</a> <span class="version">0.3.1</span></h2>
<p class="description">Imagine writing an erb template once and use rake portfolio:release to generate and push the index.html for your GitHub pages. If that sounds good to you, you're in luck. Because that's exactly what this gem does.</p>
<div class="install"><span>Install: </span><code>$ sudo gem install Fingertips-jewelry_portfolio -s http://gems.github.com</code></div>
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8 repos.yml
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summary: Nap is a really simple REST API.
updated_at: 2009-03-04 00:00:00 Z
version: 0.3.1
+- !ruby/object:JewelryPortfolio::Repo
+ account: Fingertips
+ description: The AsNewSan mixin makes it easier to create associations on a new Active Record instance. Use the as_new method to instantiate new empty objects that are immediately saved to the database with a special flag marking them as new. Because new instances are already stored in the database, you always have an id available for creating associations. This means you can use the same views and controller logic for new and edit actions which is especially helpful when you are creating new associated objects using Ajax calls.
+ gem: true
+ name: as_new-san
+ summary: A simple plugin which allows you to create records in the database, but treat them as if they were new records.
+ updated_at: 2009-03-06 00:00:00 Z
+ version: 0.1.0

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