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Commits on May 17, 2011
  1. @dams

    minor documentation fix

    dams authored
  2. @dams

    fix documentation

    dams authored
  3. @ambs
Commits on May 16, 2011
  1. @ambs

    Some deps docs

    ambs authored
  2. @ambs
  3. @ambs

    Use $(MAKE) instead of 'make';

    ambs authored
  4. @ambs

    Add author_test target

    ambs authored
  5. @ambs

    Ignore emacs backup files

    ambs authored
  6. @ambs

    Fixed CHANGES syntax

    ambs authored
  7. @bigpresh

    Adding Tie::Hash::NamedCapture to BUILD_REQUIRES.

    bigpresh authored
    It's in core since 5.9.5, but if we need it, we should declare it so earlier
    Perls can still pass tests, and also to avoid odd fails like:
    http://www.cpantesters.org/cpan/report/80e42b9e-7e98-11e0-8484-e88f204d345e
    
    That was a 5.13.11 install, but with no Tie::Hash::NamedCapture, which is odd.
    
    Probably a messed-up install, but we want to avoid spurious fail reports if we
    can.
Commits on May 14, 2011
  1. Merge branch 'release/1.3049_01' into devel

    Alexis Sukrieh authored
  2. remove some files from MANIFEST

    Alexis Sukrieh authored
  3. Bump version to 1.3049_01

    Alexis Sukrieh authored
  4. CHANGES update (and make sure it passes our test)

    Alexis Sukrieh authored
  5. MANIFEST update

    Alexis Sukrieh authored
  6. @ambs

    Updated CHANGES

    ambs authored
  7. @ambs
  8. @ambs

    COrrected the real bug

    ambs authored
  9. @ambs

    Added test to anchor

    ambs authored
  10. @ambs

    Anchor prefix regexp

    ambs authored
Commits on May 13, 2011
  1. @bigpresh
  2. @bigpresh

    Fix auto_page feature - pass if no matching view.

    bigpresh authored
    Currently, auto_page has two big problems:
    
     * the route generated will be added before user's own routes, so if views/foo.tt
       exists, and you create a route like get '/foo' => sub { ...}, the route will
       be entirely ignored, and views/foo.tt will be rendered by auto_page
    
     * requests to paths that the auto_page route matches but where there is no
       matching view will result in a 500 error rather than a 404.
       This latter problem is the worst.
       Let's say I have a view named foo-display.tt, and a route declared as:
       `get '/foo' => sub { ...; return template 'foo-display', \%data; };
       That looks like it should work - but won't.
    
    This commit introduces a simple partial fix: check whether a matching view e
    xists, and pass() if not.
    
    It still means that e.g. views/foo.tt would prevent a /foo route from matching;
    that will require further work.
    
    This at least stops 404 errors becoming 500 errors, and makes routes work as
    you'd expect them to, except if there's a view with the same name.
Commits on May 12, 2011
  1. @ambs

    Correct docs on behind_proxy

    ambs authored
  2. @ambs

    Update CHANGES

    ambs authored
  3. @ambs
  4. @ambs

    Acessors for scheme and host

    ambs authored
  5. @ambs

    HTTP_FORWARD_PROTO

    ambs authored
  6. @ambs

    Use the correct env var

    ambs authored
  7. @ambs

    Fix code

    ambs authored
  8. @ambs

    use accessors

    ambs authored
  9. @ambs

    nothing relevant

    ambs authored
  10. @ambs

    support behind_proxy

    ambs authored
Commits on May 11, 2011
  1. @bigpresh

    Typo fix in tutorial

    bigpresh authored
  2. @bigpresh
  3. @bigpresh
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