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Commits on Nov 26, 2010
  1. @snusnu
Commits on Nov 4, 2010
  1. @snusnu

    Remove the metric_fu dependency and related tasks

    snusnu authored
    We've found too many issues with having metric_fu
    and its minions as our development dependency and
    it's easier to just drop them then to figure out how
    to fix it. If one wants to run code quality checks
    on the codebase it's obviously still possible but
    you need to handle deps instalation on your own.
    
    What were the problems?
    
    1)
    with metric_fu along with roodi etc in the gemfile
    bundling takes forever (ok, it takes about 40-60
    minutes)
    
    2)
    if we leave only metric_fu as the dep (which depends
    on roodi etc. anyway) we will get latest versions
    of the gems which unfortunatelly results with a weird
    error when running semipublic specs so we need to
    pin the versions which gets us back to the problem #1
Commits on Sep 1, 2010
  1. @dkubb
Commits on May 18, 2010
  1. @snusnu

    Let's be honest. There are no specs yet

    snusnu authored
    The DM related part of the provided functionality
    will be tested in the upcoming dm-config gem on
    which dm-rails will depend on. Once that's done
    dm-rails will get proper specs itself, testing the
    integration with rails.
Commits on Apr 30, 2010
  1. @snusnu
Commits on Feb 10, 2010
  1. @snusnu

    Proper Gemfile for easy dev environment setup

    snusnu authored
    1)
    
    Issue the following commands to get a fully functional
    development environment including datamapper and rails
    up and running within a minute
    
      gem install bundler # if this is new for you
      bundle install
      rake spec
    
    Now that was easy, wasn't it?
    
    2)
    
    Dropped the dependency on actionmailer since
    there's really no need for it (This will most
    probably need updates to
    
      http://github.com/snusnu/rails-templates
    
    though, because a default generated rails app gets
    generated with config values that rely on the
    presence of actionmailer.
    
    3)
    
    We also don't require activemodel explicitly
    anymore. This is because active_model already
    does that for us. No need specifying dependencies
    twice.
    
    Thx to Alex Mankuta and Dan Kubb for noticing
    the dependency weirdness.
    
    4)
    
    Added instructions on how to get a development
    environment up and running to the README
Commits on Dec 30, 2009
  1. @dkubb
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