Prepare for a 1.3.0.rc release #1667

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@mattr-
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mattr- commented Oct 29, 2013

I'd like to do a 1.3.0.rc release before releasing finally releasing 1.3.0. Hopefully we'll get enough feedback that we can shake out any issues before we do a 1.3.0 final release (which I'm thinking right now would be at the end of the week)

@parkr
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parkr commented Oct 29, 2013

Added the release post to the gem spec.

LGTM! Merge when you're ready :)

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shigeya commented Oct 29, 2013

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@mattr- mattr- merged commit eff0214 into master Oct 30, 2013

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@benbalter

Next time around, may make sense to link out to the change log, the tag, how to test, etc.

As an outsider, almost reads as Hey, we made a bunch of changes (we're not telling you what though), and you should go test them (but we're not going to say how).

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Good points all around. I will definitely do better for next time.

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Why not add that now?

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Tired, sick, and still recovering. Once I feel closer to 100% I'll polish things up for a 1.3.0 release

@penibelst
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Next time around, may make sense to link out to the change log, the tag, how to test, etc.

Absolutely. I wanted to try out the new data feature at this weekend, but I don’t even know how to install the RC. Jekyll is the only Ruby software I use. I don’t have time to learn the whole Ruby universe just to try out the new RC.

@parkr
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parkr commented Nov 1, 2013

@penibelst, the only difference between a normal install and an RC install is a --pre switch when running gem install.

You can do either of these 2 things:

$ gem install jekyll --pre
# or
$ gem install jekyll -v 1.3.0.rc
@penibelst
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@parkr Thanks, I get the RC.

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