Phil LaPier (plapier) has released version 1.3.1 of bourbon, the much-loved collection of sass mixins (e90113c). In this version we have a new syntax for animation shorthands, which means the old shorthands are deprecated (e6dcbf5, a6d3a32, 89cc340). Get it while it’s hot!
We have a gem that generates scopes for ActiveRecord objects, named pacecar, which you would love if you also love methods that magically appear. Matt Jankowski (mjankowski) released version 1.5.3 (06b5e8e) with support for Rails 3.1.3 and 3.0.11 (dcc30d4) and which treats decimals as numeric column types, giving you all the methods that you need for those, too (ff7bc67).
Steve Madsen (sjmadsen) found an edge case where if you set an attachment, save it, set a new atachment, save it, then refresh the missing styles using the rake task, it will crash. And he fixed it (dc53432).
As usual, factory_girl got way more commits than I want to read over in one sitting. For example: Simone Carletti (weppos) added a ruby version dependency to the Gemspec (= 1.8.7. Also, there’s no trace of Ruby 1.8.6 support in the .travis.yml file.“>e6e4d8b). He also fixed the link to our blog (11a79a0 and https”>30e13dd).
Things like that.
So on the feature front, Evan Larkin (elarkin) made
it such that factories still work if you define a class that overrides the
to_s class method
(8b3ee85). Dmytrii Nagirniak
(dnagir) added support for neo4j
591ec7a). Joshua Clayton
(joshuaclayton) made it such that you can
call methods that are on the object from within a factory definition
More wishy-washily, Josh made a bunch of refactorings, the most important of which speeds up the whole product (f2e4138). You can read the rest of the refactorings as code with good commit messages: 2e2d490, 40242e9, 32ff41f, ac1df1d, a022dda, 1c7eab1, d9e0372, and b734b58.
In the end, Josh released version 2.4.0 (69957ea).
Matthew Mongeau (halogenandtoast) had fun
taking in pull requests on
capybara-webkit. Joe Fiorini
(joefiorini) added the
that produces the URL after a
Baumstark (niklasb) added
Our authentication system aptly named
clearance got some love from Chad
Pytel (cpytel) and Joe Ferris
(jferris), resulting in the release of clearance
0dc43a6). The big deal is that the
deny_access RSpec match and
the flash messages were totally borked. They fixed it
Version 0.1.1 of fake_braintree
was released, in which Gabe Berke-Williams (gabebw)
fixed a bug in the failure message for the
(9d97aa6) and also refactored everything