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Version 4.1.0.pre1 2014-01-20

  • Gemfile.lock should not be in version control for a gem by Peter Boling
  • Won't work with ActionMailer 4 yet by Peter Boling
  • Fix mailer issue again by Moritz Lawitschka (lawitschka)
  • fix mailer issues by Elan Meng (dreamwords)
  • Do not require RubyGems by Peter Boling
  • Fix dependency declarations; remove jeweler dependency; improve gemspec by Peter Boling
  • Modernize the ruby manager by Peter Boling
  • Modernize the VERSION by Peter Boling
  • Markdown the Readme. by Peter Boling
  • Modern the License by Peter Boling
  • Markdown the Changelog by Peter Boling

Version 4.0.2 2013-01-21

  • Git Release Notes by Mark Sim (marksim)
  • Style improvements by Bartłomiej Danek (bartekd)
  • Improved Readme by Peter Boling (pboling)

Version 4.0.1 2011-12-11

  • Fixed issues with README

Version 4.0.0 2011-12-11

  • Using the new way of sending a mail by passing the mail command a hash of options and setting instance variables. (jrust)
  • Using Notifier.email_name().deliver instead (jrust)
  • Using prepend_view_path for the template root (jrust)
  • Remove the content_type setting since just sends a multipart email.(jrust)
  • commented out the new release_notes variable, because even with version 2.9 of capistrano there was no cap method called release notes. (jrust)
  • file cleanup (pboling)
  • Improved Readme (pboling)

Version 3.2.5 2010-04-29

  • Remove Active Support dependency

Version 3.2.4 2010-01-13

  • Fixed subject line format (mail client filters are based on format of subject line)

Version 3.2.3 2010-01-13

  • config[:user] is now optional.

Version 3.2.2 2010-01-13

  • Improved Readme

Version 3.2.1 2010-01-13

  • Added deprecation warning for configure_capistrano_mailer
  • commented :site_url, doesn't appear to be a native capistrano variable, if sent in will still be rendered.

Version 3.2.0 textgoeshere fork

  • config/cap_mailer_settings.rb is not longer a hard coded configuration location requirement.
  • refactoring core cap mailer class

Version 3.1.10 2010-01-07

  • included _section.text.erb view in gem manifest
  • text version of email should render the text partials, not html

Version 3.1.9 2010-01-07

  • Fixed URL for capistrano_mailer repo on github in HTML email message

Version 3.1.8 2010-01-07

  • Improved Readme

Version 3.1.6 2009-11-10

  • Fixed installation instructions to reference gemcutter instead of github

Version 3.1.3 2009-09-29

  • Added Git as known compatable SCM to readme
  • Credited Dustin Deyoung as Author of HTML Email templates
  • Removed MIT-LICENSE file from gemspec (because github refuses to build with it there)
  • Still trying to get github to build the gem

Version 3.1.2 2009-09-25

  • Fixed footer copyright
  • Trying to get github to build the gem

Version 3.1.1 2009-09-24

  • Added back compatability with svn which broke when fixing for perforce (thanks to Matthew Beale / mixonic)
  • Improved Readme for plugin installation. Tested as a plugin. Verified continued compatibility with Deprec.

Version 3.1.0 2009-09-17

  • Added compatability with perforce (thanks to Andy Kock / ak47)

Version 3.0.3 2009-09-03

  • Improved readme and upgrade instructions

Version 3.0.2 2009-08-27

  • Fixed some typos in readme referencing outdated API

Version 3.0.1 2009-08-21

  • removed a stray puts used in debugging

Version 3.0.0 2009-08-19

  • turned into a gem
  • New API for configuration
  • improved email templates (hardened against crappy data)
  • added simple testing framwork and Rakefile
  • still compatible with deprec

Version 2.1.0 2008-11-15

  • improved readme, and other stuff I don't remember

Version 2.0.1 2008-07-30

  • Works when deploying to a server without capistrano installed
  • Updated README and WIKI (improved documentation)

Version 2.0 2008-07-25

  • Works with Rails 2.1
  • Works with Capistrano 2.4.3
  • Added access to many of Capistrano's internal variables (~25) so the emails can be more informative
  • Added inferred_command, repo_end and some other derived variables that give more insight into a deployment
  • Parameters are now sent in a hash
  • Emails updated with new information
  • HTML email improved layout, and added styling (thanks to Dustin Deyoung @ Sagebit)

Version 1.0.1 2008-03-26

  • Works with Rails 2.0.2
  • Works with Capistrano 2.1.0 - 2.2.0
  • Compatability with Deprec verified

Version 1.0 2008-02-11

  • Works with Rails 2.0.2
  • Works with Capistrano 2.1.0
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