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deprecation warning I18n.enforce_available_locales #218

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flxK opened this Issue Jun 16, 2014 · 8 comments

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flxK commented Jun 16, 2014

every time i start redmine i get this deprecation warning: '[deprecated] I18n.enforce_available_locales will default to true in the future. If you really want to skip validation of your locale you can set I18n.enforce_available_locales = false to avoid this message.'
Redmine and the plugin are set up as described in the wiki of this repo.

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It's normal. It's a Rails deprecation warning. Nothing to do with Redmine Git Hosting.
I think this warning has been removed in Rails 4.

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n-rodriguez commented Jun 16, 2014

It's normal. It's a Rails deprecation warning. Nothing to do with Redmine Git Hosting.
I think this warning has been removed in Rails 4.

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hameno Aug 23, 2014

This is really annoying, as it pops up on every cron run. And it is caused by this plugin. Redmine included a fix for this and I think you should too.

hameno commented Aug 23, 2014

This is really annoying, as it pops up on every cron run. And it is caused by this plugin. Redmine included a fix for this and I think you should too.

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Redmine included a fix for this and I think you should too.

Show me the code.

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n-rodriguez commented Aug 23, 2014

Redmine included a fix for this and I think you should too.

Show me the code.

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dwithnall Oct 9, 2014

I too agree that this message is really annoying.

It shows up everytime I run an email cron. So every 5 minutes I get an email containing 3 of these error message.

And yes I can block emails from the cronjob, but I'd like to know if any other error occurs during the process.

dwithnall commented Oct 9, 2014

I too agree that this message is really annoying.

It shows up everytime I run an email cron. So every 5 minutes I get an email containing 3 of these error message.

And yes I can block emails from the cronjob, but I'd like to know if any other error occurs during the process.

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I finally get it :)
It's the wikicloth gem that causes this warning :) (needed to render README file on repository view)

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n-rodriguez commented Dec 20, 2014

I finally get it :)
It's the wikicloth gem that causes this warning :) (needed to render README file on repository view)

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Actually you only need it if you're using Mediawiki markup language in your README files. If not you can safely comment it in Gemfile.

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n-rodriguez commented Dec 20, 2014

Actually you only need it if you're using Mediawiki markup language in your README files. If not you can safely comment it in Gemfile.

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