Update to Rails 2.3.2 (the stable Rails 2.3 release). Add audio/speex support Update CHANGELOG Bump version number
Commit some basic tests for the BlahTeX support. I hope Ari Stern comes up with a more comprehensive test suite.
In particular, we (going forward) will have a unit test which will determine whether the latest itex2MML is installed.
Use some ActiveRecord convenience methods.
If the request.remote_addr is not LOCALHOST, don't set the X-Sendfile header.
Update the CHANGELOG for the official 0.16.4 release.
Update to the release version of Rails 2.3.1.
Update CHANGELOG and bump version number to 0.16.4.
Add tests for x-sendfile, <audio> and <video> support.
As with <video>, [[foo.wav:audio]] works now, producing an HTML5 <audio> element.
Using <object> and <embed> were forbidden for obvious security reasons. Instiki now permits embedding video via the HTML5 <video> element (Ogg/Theora encoded videos only, with .ogg or .ogv extensions). You can even upload videos with [[foo.ogg:video]] Instiki now support x-sendfile. See the Proxying page for configuring Apache (with the x-sendfile module). Lighttpd should work similarly. Update Rails to latest Edge (hopefully converging on RC2!).
Update to Rails 2.3.1. (Actually, not quite. Doesn't look like 2.3.1 will be released today, but I REALLY want to push these bugfixes out.) Removed bundled Rack (Rails 2.3.1 comes bundled with Rack 1.0). Add config.action_view.cache_template_loading = true to production environment. Fix FastCGI bug (http://rubyforge.org/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=24191&group_id=186&atid=783). Fix WikiWords bug (http://rubyforge.org/pipermail/instiki-users/2009-February/001181.html).
This fixes the caching problem http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/instiki/show/Known+Bugs?rev=13#Caching which afflicts some installations of 0.16.3. With the patch, it's no longer necessary that the Instiki directory be owned by the instiki user (yay!).
Dunno why this was buggered again. ":back" doesn't seem to function as it used to. Also, when uploading a file from page "foo", it's important to return to "foo" after a successful upload, rather than redirecting to the HomePage. Finally, a favicon tweak.