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Release 0.10.6 #680

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nesquena commented Sep 24, 2011

Placeholder for releasing 0.10.6 once it is ready.

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@nesquena @achiu we need to release a new version of padrino with AS 3.2 and AR 3.2 (which has new awesome features) soon. Im upgrading generators.

Can you point us few bug to fix before this release?

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DAddYE commented Jan 21, 2012

@nesquena @achiu we need to release a new version of padrino with AS 3.2 and AR 3.2 (which has new awesome features) soon. Im upgrading generators.

Can you point us few bug to fix before this release?

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@achiu I removed dependency of grit since if Im not wrong uses the bin so for simple usage we can forget it and require less dependencies, that will be the major step for 1.0. You agree?

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@achiu I removed dependency of grit since if Im not wrong uses the bin so for simple usage we can forget it and require less dependencies, that will be the major step for 1.0. You agree?

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@DAddYE Yeah I agree, we can release a new version with AR 3.2 support soon and push other things to 0.10.7.

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@DAddYE Yeah I agree, we can release a new version with AR 3.2 support soon and push other things to 0.10.7.

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Hey @nesquena we are almost ready, can you prepare blog post and changelog?

It's green for you?

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DAddYE commented Jan 22, 2012

Hey @nesquena we are almost ready, can you prepare blog post and changelog?

It's green for you?

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Yeah definitely I will prepare today or tomorrow and make sure everything is green.

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Yeah definitely I will prepare today or tomorrow and make sure everything is green.

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If you can today would be super great. Thanks!!!

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If you can today would be super great. Thanks!!!

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I also want to migrate a couple projects to use this latest version tomorrow as well before we release. Also @achiu can you test as well.

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I also want to migrate a couple projects to use this latest version tomorrow as well before we release. Also @achiu can you test as well.

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@DAddYE Everytime I try to update my latest blog post, I am getting a 'Internal Server Error' so I am unable to edit the post after it is created. Can you take a look?

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@DAddYE Everytime I try to update my latest blog post, I am getting a 'Internal Server Error' so I am unable to edit the post after it is created. Can you take a look?

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Fixed! Okey, I hope @achiu is available today.

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Fixed! Okey, I hope @achiu is available today.

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I've pushed a prerelease 0.10.6.a

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I've pushed a prerelease 0.10.6.a

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I will confirm with my apps when I get in the office @DAddYE @nesquena

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I will confirm with my apps when I get in the office @DAddYE @nesquena

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@DAddYE OK updated the changelog and here's the draft for the release post: http://www.padrinorb.com/blog/padrino-0-10-6-activesupport-3-2-minirecord-html5-helpers-and-bug-fixes Take a look and make sure it's ok. I will green light later today after I convert a few apps to 0.10.6

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@DAddYE OK updated the changelog and here's the draft for the release post: http://www.padrinorb.com/blog/padrino-0-10-6-activesupport-3-2-minirecord-html5-helpers-and-bug-fixes Take a look and make sure it's ok. I will green light later today after I convert a few apps to 0.10.6

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Once @achiu confirms as well, I will commence with the release.

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Once @achiu confirms as well, I will commence with the release.

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Can we take a look at #676 and #736 before release?

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Can we take a look at #676 and #736 before release?

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sure!

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sure!

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@DAddYE @achiu @skade Added additional changes to changelog and blog post for the logger and trinidad support.

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@DAddYE @achiu @skade Added additional changes to changelog and blog post for the logger and trinidad support.

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And released 0.10.6.b

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And released 0.10.6.b

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@DAddYE Why are we failing all of a sudden on 1.9.3? http://travis-ci.org/#!/padrino/padrino-framework/jobs/566292

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No idea, on my env everything works great, all test passed + integrations. I think there is something strange in travis, because each build has a different error or failing test.

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No idea, on my env everything works great, all test passed + integrations. I think there is something strange in travis, because each build has a different error or failing test.

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@DAddYE OK yeah I like the use of prerelease gems now. Allows us to have a gem published without releasing until we can all test and green light. I tested today and upgraded two apps and didn't run into any problems. Also travis seems to be green except for 1.9.3 which seems to be a fluke. @achiu is going to finish testing tomorrow and then we can do official release.

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@DAddYE OK yeah I like the use of prerelease gems now. Allows us to have a gem published without releasing until we can all test and green light. I tested today and upgraded two apps and didn't run into any problems. Also travis seems to be green except for 1.9.3 which seems to be a fluke. @achiu is going to finish testing tomorrow and then we can do official release.

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Yep, with the prerelease Im okey so I can test it on production where I need explain feature of AR3.2.

Thanks so much @nesquena !

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Yep, with the prerelease Im okey so I can test it on production where I need explain feature of AR3.2.

Thanks so much @nesquena !

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Ok, ran travis again and all green: http://travis-ci.org/#!/padrino/padrino-framework/builds/566896 and integration http://travis-ci.org/#!/padrino/padrino-integration/builds/566889 . I don't like how it sometimes is red but still I am glad it all passes now. Also yes, I am glad we can both be happy now using prerelease as a way to guarantee more stable releases. We should do this for every significant release now I think.

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Ok, ran travis again and all green: http://travis-ci.org/#!/padrino/padrino-framework/builds/566896 and integration http://travis-ci.org/#!/padrino/padrino-integration/builds/566889 . I don't like how it sometimes is red but still I am glad it all passes now. Also yes, I am glad we can both be happy now using prerelease as a way to guarantee more stable releases. We should do this for every significant release now I think.

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Also updated http://www.padrinorb.com/guides/application-helpers#form-helpers to reflect the new HTML field inputs

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Also updated http://www.padrinorb.com/guides/application-helpers#form-helpers to reflect the new HTML field inputs

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@DAddYE @nesquena tested with my apps and seems to be fine on my end from what I can tell. using edge.

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@DAddYE @nesquena tested with my apps and seems to be fine on my end from what I can tell. using edge.

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@achiu Thanks man. @DAddYE can you take a look at #768

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@achiu Thanks man. @DAddYE can you take a look at #768

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@DAddYE Do you see any more outstanding issues? check out the 0.10.6 issues and let me know if you think any of them are serious enough to hold up a release. I will review them tomorrow as well. Oh and update the changelog and blog post as needed for additional commits since it was last updated.

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@DAddYE Do you see any more outstanding issues? check out the 0.10.6 issues and let me know if you think any of them are serious enough to hold up a release. I will review them tomorrow as well. Oh and update the changelog and blog post as needed for additional commits since it was last updated.

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No, I've reverted the commit about html5 tags this due to the fact that I figure now lots of w3c errors with html 4 and also with html 5 since some tags like link etc... seems that need to be closed.

However xhtml seems much solid and a standard. No?

Finally I pushed two --pre remember when you release it to compile with ruby 1.8 since 1.9 raises lots of yaml errors when rubygems is not the latest version.

Thanks!

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No, I've reverted the commit about html5 tags this due to the fact that I figure now lots of w3c errors with html 4 and also with html 5 since some tags like link etc... seems that need to be closed.

However xhtml seems much solid and a standard. No?

Finally I pushed two --pre remember when you release it to compile with ruby 1.8 since 1.9 raises lots of yaml errors when rubygems is not the latest version.

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OK, thanks @DAddYE I am going to test this new version with a few apps and also make sure all the tests are passing for me. Then I will update the changelog and blog post.

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OK, thanks @DAddYE I am going to test this new version with a few apps and also make sure all the tests are passing for me. Then I will update the changelog and blog post.

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OK, I have upgraded 2-3 of my apps to the latest prerelease and don't have any problems (except some issues with the reloader layout called with 1 argument, has 0 after a controller reload). Not sure that's tied to this release though so I think we are ready soon.

@achiu is going to upgrade his big app tomorrow and report back here. I will be updating the blog post and changelog over this weekend and release.

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OK, I have upgraded 2-3 of my apps to the latest prerelease and don't have any problems (except some issues with the reloader layout called with 1 argument, has 0 after a controller reload). Not sure that's tied to this release though so I think we are ready soon.

@achiu is going to upgrade his big app tomorrow and report back here. I will be updating the blog post and changelog over this weekend and release.

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Also, I re-ran the integration tests and they don't look to be working even though they 'pass': http://travis-ci.org/#!/padrino/padrino-integration/jobs/779134

/home/vagrant/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.3-p125/gems/rspec-expectations-2.8.0/lib/rspec/expectations/fail_with.rb:32:in `fail_with': expected: "hi" (RSpec::Expectations::ExpectationNotMetError)
112     got: "<h1>Not Found</h1>" (using ==)
/home/vagrant/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.3-p125/gems/rspec-expectations-2.8.0/lib/rspec/expectations/fail_with.rb:32:in `fail_with': expected: "hi" (RSpec::Expectations::ExpectationNotMetError)

Any idea why all the assertions seem to be failing?

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Also, I re-ran the integration tests and they don't look to be working even though they 'pass': http://travis-ci.org/#!/padrino/padrino-integration/jobs/779134

/home/vagrant/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.3-p125/gems/rspec-expectations-2.8.0/lib/rspec/expectations/fail_with.rb:32:in `fail_with': expected: "hi" (RSpec::Expectations::ExpectationNotMetError)
112     got: "<h1>Not Found</h1>" (using ==)
/home/vagrant/.rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.3-p125/gems/rspec-expectations-2.8.0/lib/rspec/expectations/fail_with.rb:32:in `fail_with': expected: "hi" (RSpec::Expectations::ExpectationNotMetError)

Any idea why all the assertions seem to be failing?

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@nesquena @DAddYE looks like 0.10.6.e is working for me. I haven't noticed any problems yet. So I can 'green' this

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@nesquena @DAddYE looks like 0.10.6.e is working for me. I haven't noticed any problems yet. So I can 'green' this

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Thanks @achiu.

@nesquena I will try tomorrow to fix integrations

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Thanks @achiu.

@nesquena I will try tomorrow to fix integrations

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Ok great, I agree I have it running on enough apps that it seems to be fine. @DAddYE Thanks once we can get the integration tests working again, let's release. I will update the changelog and blog post tomorrow.

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Ok great, I agree I have it running on enough apps that it seems to be fine. @DAddYE Thanks once we can get the integration tests working again, let's release. I will update the changelog and blog post tomorrow.

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Ok, I updated integrations, http://travis-ci.org/#!/padrino/padrino-integration

Still we have few problems with reloading, I think this depends from something in AS 3.2 that I should solve in 10.7.

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Ok, I updated integrations, http://travis-ci.org/#!/padrino/padrino-integration

Still we have few problems with reloading, I think this depends from something in AS 3.2 that I should solve in 10.7.

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Ok, thanks will run integration tests and update the changelog / release notes soon. Thanks @DAddYE. Yes, I am running into a lot of reloading problems as well.

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Ok, thanks will run integration tests and update the changelog / release notes soon. Thanks @DAddYE. Yes, I am running into a lot of reloading problems as well.

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Fixed reloading issue almost in our integrations, I've only few problems only with AR and Single Table Inheritance ...

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Fixed reloading issue almost in our integrations, I've only few problems only with AR and Single Table Inheritance ...

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Btw, nothing that will block 10.6 release.

Can you @nesquena review may commits on data options ? Thanks!

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DAddYE commented Mar 12, 2012

Btw, nothing that will block 10.6 release.

Can you @nesquena review may commits on data options ? Thanks!

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Yes, np will review today

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Yes, np will review today

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@nesquena thanks!

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@nesquena thanks!

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@nesquena can we release it today? Blogpost, twitter, HN, Reddit, Rubyflow & c ;) Thank you man!

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@nesquena can we release it today? Blogpost, twitter, HN, Reddit, Rubyflow & c ;) Thank you man!

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Haha yes I will get to it today or tomorrow I promise and post to everything.

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Haha yes I will get to it today or tomorrow I promise and post to everything.

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Hhaha, no problem man!

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Hhaha, no problem man!

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OK, planned to do it tonight but its too late now, i'll get this done tomorrow. Thanks for all your hard work on this last release @DAddYE

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OK, planned to do it tonight but its too late now, i'll get this done tomorrow. Thanks for all your hard work on this last release @DAddYE

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remember to release padrino as you can so we can have more highlight during the day … in usa timezone :D

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DAddYE commented Mar 14, 2012

remember to release padrino as you can so we can have more highlight during the day … in usa timezone :D

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OK

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Yea!!! Congrats guys!

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DAddYE commented Mar 16, 2012

Yea!!! Congrats guys!

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