…again. Due to the change of flickr gem, at least the xml controller spec file could not be run individually anymore. This change fixes that by ensuring the REXML::Document class is available.
The flickr gem was broken and seems unmaintained. [#186 state:resolved]
Due to the presence of this_blog in the spec helper, Redirect could use it in the specs, whereas it has no access to this method in the production environment.
…ure it won't break when using static caching system. I originally wanted to move this as a full plugin, but it appears we can't do it a 'clean' way yet, so this code is back in the core AND still allows users to chose the way they want date and time to be displayed on their blog.
This fixes bug #136.
This scope declaration caused the following message to appear in the log: Creating scope :order. Overwriting existing method Content.order.
…id breaking everything the old method is kept and calls the new one. Makes all themes support the new way of displaying date and time. Makes the new way of displaying date and time "xxx ago" aware.
…play_time and display_date helpers
Currently, if you set the permalink format to, e.g., /foo/bar/%year%/%title%, accessing /foo/bar/2010 will not give you all articles in 2010. Even allowing this URL to match doesn't help, since the finder will still only produce the first record in 2010. This should be changed, I think.
Date support are: 21/01/2011, 01/21/2011, Jan 21 2011 and 21 January 2011 Time support are: 11h10, 11:10 and 11:10AM TODO: internationalization support, custom format support, and "xxxx ago" support even though I believe this one deserves to be a pluginas it's not the most usefule thing ever.