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Quickly tested #advanced_search and #fuzzy_search and everything worked fine under the latest Rails 4 from rails/master
Used the same solution as haml-rails did recently.
Update gemspec to allow Rails 4.
No reason to exclude Rails 3.0.x
Not bad. I want to play around with it, myself, a bit before I merge, but this is, in general, a good idea. Thanks.
Please do. I feel a bit weird submitting this without tests though. Is there a simple way to test against multiple Rails?
The only thing that springs to mind for me is to run the tests against different environments on a CI machine. Possibly we should look into that. I dunno.
It definitely would make sense to put the repo on Travis for good measure. :)
Draper shows good example on how to test against specific Rails versions and even Edge Rails, all of which seems to work beautifully with Travis.
You know what. Fuck it. 😉 Let's do it live. I'm merging this.
Merge pull request #25 from olivierlacan/rails4
Update gemspec to allow Rails 4 support
Yay, thanks @benhamill 😸
Note: Textacular 3.0.0 is out. So you may want to switch to that. Where all
future development will go on. 😄