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Unforce text-format from AM

Signed-off-by: José Valim <jose.valim@gmail.com>
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spastorino authored and josevalim committed Jun 1, 2010
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@@ -24,6 +24,9 @@ end
# AS
gem "memcache-client", ">= 1.7.5"
# AM
gem "text-format", "~> 1.0.0"
# AR
if mri || RUBY_ENGINE == "rbx"
gem "sqlite3-ruby", "= 1.3.0.beta.2", :require => 'sqlite3'
@@ -21,5 +21,4 @@ Gem::Specification.new do |s|
s.add_dependency('actionpack', version)
s.add_dependency('mail', '~> 2.2.1')
s.add_dependency('text-format', '~> 1.0.0')
end
@@ -49,9 +49,3 @@ module ActionMailer
autoload :TestCase
autoload :TestHelper
end
module Text
extend ActiveSupport::Autoload
autoload :Format, 'text/format'
end
@@ -3,6 +3,13 @@ module MailHelper
# Uses Text::Format to take the text and format it, indented two spaces for
# each line, and wrapped at 72 columns.
def block_format(text)
begin
require 'text/format'
rescue LoadError => e
$stderr.puts "You don't have text-format installed in your application. Please add it to your Gemfile and run bundle install"
raise e
end unless defined?(Text::Format)
formatted = text.split(/\n\r\n/).collect { |paragraph|
Text::Format.new(
:columns => 72, :first_indent => 2, :body_indent => 2, :text => paragraph

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nateware Jun 3, 2010

Sorry if I'm missing something, but why is a fatal runtime error a better solution than having gems/bundler resolve dependencies at install time? This change means you could have an app that seems to be running fine in Production - and then have it suddenly throw an exception when an email was sent.

nateware replied Jun 3, 2010

Sorry if I'm missing something, but why is a fatal runtime error a better solution than having gems/bundler resolve dependencies at install time? This change means you could have an app that seems to be running fine in Production - and then have it suddenly throw an exception when an email was sent.

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If the situation you describe occurs, then it might mean that you haven't tested your app correctly. The idea behind removing this dependencies is to avoid installing gems that you may not use.

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spastorino replied Jun 4, 2010

If the situation you describe occurs, then it might mean that you haven't tested your app correctly. The idea behind removing this dependencies is to avoid installing gems that you may not use.

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