Upgrade to Bootstrap 2.1 #70

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dfross Aug 22, 2012

I would love to see this project upgraded to 2.1!
It would be greatly appreciated.

When do you estimate this upgrade to be rolled out to the gem?

dfross commented Aug 22, 2012

I would love to see this project upgraded to 2.1!
It would be greatly appreciated.

When do you estimate this upgrade to be rolled out to the gem?

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cadriel Aug 24, 2012

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Loving the new features in 2.1, can't wait to have them in my compass projects.

cadriel commented Aug 24, 2012

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Loving the new features in 2.1, can't wait to have them in my compass projects.

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@vwall we're currently using this project for http://yeoman.io and would love to be able to continue using it. Do you have a rough idea on how long it might take for the upgrade?

@vwall we're currently using this project for http://yeoman.io and would love to be able to continue using it. Do you have a rough idea on how long it might take for the upgrade?

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+1

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kristianmandrup commented Aug 24, 2012

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novrian Aug 25, 2012

+1 from Indonesia :)

novrian commented Aug 25, 2012

+1 from Indonesia :)

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I just started a semantic port of bootstrap at: https://github.com/kristianmandrup/semantic-sass-bootstrap

I would love to get some feedback and possibly some assistance in adding more mixins for better semantic support ;)
Cheers! Perhaps this semantic port could be based on 2.1.

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kristianmandrup commented Aug 25, 2012

I just started a semantic port of bootstrap at: https://github.com/kristianmandrup/semantic-sass-bootstrap

I would love to get some feedback and possibly some assistance in adding more mixins for better semantic support ;)
Cheers! Perhaps this semantic port could be based on 2.1.

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spajus Aug 26, 2012

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spajus commented Aug 26, 2012

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So since everyone is giving thumbs up,why not start working on it as a shared effort?
Split it up into 4-5 chunks then if we each give a hand and it should be done in no time?

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kristianmandrup commented Aug 26, 2012

So since everyone is giving thumbs up,why not start working on it as a shared effort?
Split it up into 4-5 chunks then if we each give a hand and it should be done in no time?

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Took the summer off. Feel great now! One of the problems with just porting another repo's version of this is that it will conflict with Compass. It needs to be tweaked.

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vwall commented Sep 5, 2012

Took the summer off. Feel great now! One of the problems with just porting another repo's version of this is that it will conflict with Compass. It needs to be tweaked.

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Not sure how or why? name conflicts you mean? well, it should be a quicker starting point at least...?

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kristianmandrup commented Sep 5, 2012

Not sure how or why? name conflicts you mean? well, it should be a quicker starting point at least...?

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dfross Oct 10, 2012

Will a new release, at least matching twitter bootstrap 2.1.1, of this project be pushed out as a gem soon? Any time estimates?

dfross commented Oct 10, 2012

Will a new release, at least matching twitter bootstrap 2.1.1, of this project be pushed out as a gem soon? Any time estimates?

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jonjaques Oct 28, 2012

I've found Thomas McDonald's version to be pretty good. It bills itself as a 1:1 port to SASS, with Compass support.

https://github.com/thomas-mcdonald/bootstrap-sass

I've found Thomas McDonald's version to be pretty good. It bills itself as a 1:1 port to SASS, with Compass support.

https://github.com/thomas-mcdonald/bootstrap-sass

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robamaton Nov 15, 2012

Any news on a rubygem push? There is an issue in Twitter Bootstrap in IE10 which has been fixed there and here, but not on the latest version on rubygems.

Thanks!

Any news on a rubygem push? There is an issue in Twitter Bootstrap in IE10 which has been fixed there and here, but not on the latest version on rubygems.

Thanks!

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Version 2.2.2.1, released January 15th, upgraded to Bootstrap 2.2.2, so this can be closed. @vwall Happy to try to pitch in keeping the tracker clean if it would help.

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lanterndev commented Jan 27, 2013

Version 2.2.2.1, released January 15th, upgraded to Bootstrap 2.2.2, so this can be closed. @vwall Happy to try to pitch in keeping the tracker clean if it would help.

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