* Ran rake rails:update * Added old actionwebservice framework * Updated RSpec and RSpec-Rails * Removed asset_packager plugin (not compatible, Scott no longer maintaining), and replaced with bundle_fu. See the bundle_fu README for more info. * Hacks to UJS and ARTS plugins, which are no longer supported. Probably should move off both UJS and RJS. * Hack to flashobject_helper plugin (upgrade to Rails 2.2-compatible version if/when it comes out.) * Hack to skinny-spec plugin, for Rails 2.2 compatibility. Should check for official release. * Hacks to resource_feeder plugin, for Rails 2.2 compatibility. Should check for official release (not likely) or move off it. * Addressed some deprecation warnings. More to come. * My mobile mime type hackery is no longer necessary with new Rails features. Yay! * Updated environment.rb.tmpl with changes TODO: * Restore view specs marked pending * Fix failing integration tests. * Try selenium tests. * Investigate OpenID support. * Address deprecation warnings. * Consider moving parts of environment.rb to initializers * Address annoying config.gem warning about highline gem
… one bug in routes that a Selenium test caught.
…as reported in #758 Thanks Claus
this will only work if you recreate your environment.rb from the tmpl
you need to recreate your environment.rb from the tmpl for this change
… an optimized $$ function of lowpro upgraded to lowpro 0.2. Version 0.4 did not work and caused behaviours to not work disabled optimized $$ since it still caused errors in ie7
…ease help track down any issues introduced by the upgrade. Requires environment.rb modifications. Changes you will need to make: * In your environment.rb, you will need to update references to a few files per environment.rb.tmpl * In your environment.rb, you will need to specify the local time zone of the computer that is running your Tracks install. Other notes on my changes: * Modified our code to take advantage of Rails 2.1's slick time zone support. * Upgraded will_paginate for compatibility * Hacked the Selenium on Rails plugin, which has not been updated in some time and does not support Rails 2.1 * Verified that all tests pass on my machine, including Selenium tests -- I'd like confirmation from others, too.
…king Up to r881 * 'master' of /Users/jackie/Sites/tracks_svn: (22 commits) Added .gitconfig Added yaml_db plugin: http://opensource.heroku.com/ applied patch from Eric from #732 fixes #730 restores ability to delete user from user management page fixes #724 where editing todos truncates the project name of the todo when the project name contains quotes (") Applied patch from Eric Pallen whcih automatically converts url's to links. Thanks Eric! explain that yaml cannot yet be used for backup as importing is not implemented yet. from mailinglist. hopefully fixes #727.Changes the check on running animation to finished animation regenerate compressed js and cleanup whitespace turns out that getElementsByClassName is removed from prototype and it therfore falls back to the function of the browser which has different semantics. Found here http://www.prototypejs.org/api/utility/getElementsByClassName forgot to create a new compressed js from the previous js changes in the stats page you can downdrill to see the active todos in a certain week from the running time charts. This patch adds the option to see all active todos from the selected week and older. fix #727. Adds a check to prevent expand/collapse while a previous expand/collaps is still animating fixed small problem where updating a todo from mobile resulted in an error becase source_view was nil fixes #726. Thanks Eric Pallen for the fix. The mobile view showed active todos from completed projects while the home page does not. merges changes from tracks1.6 to trunk prepares trunk for 1.6 release fixes #713. Adds behavior for edit/star/delete/check buttons of todo even if there is no todo to show. This makes sure that the behaviors are present when you add a new todo through AJAX. fixes #718. The link included the number of actions which resulted from last commit removed some more whitespace to reduce the download of the mobile view. ...