Various earlier versions fail to compile on Ubuntu 11.04 on 11.10 and developers of several very popular Erlang projects agree that going R14B02+ is a good idea.
There is one on github that uses the "All rights reserved, do not redistribute" license. Why is it even open source?
…e do it
…on to use travis_build_environment attributes This approach is much more sane in terms of maintenance but also has one downside: said cookbooks won't be reusable "as is" for other projects. This is definitely a pity but changes required to them are small. So we bite the bullet and do it.
Until we figure out what make install really does.
Timeouts are now enforced by timers in the worker code. This is the most reliable and versatile solution, at least from our experience.
…::client recipe instead of reinventing the wheel
This reverts commit 9dd192a. Per discussion with @jonleighton: the PPA we used in the initial version provides outdated Phantom.js version. We need to switch to using official tarballs and provide 1.4.1, then Poltergeist and projects that use Poltergeist will work. Hopefully Ember.js test suite will, too.
This reverts commit 9b32755.
Signed-off-by: Michael S. Klishin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
5.3 alias now points to 5.3.9.