Hey! shoulda-context has a
maintainer! His name is Travis Jeffery
(travisjeffery) and he’s got commit rights
and everything! Thank you, Travis.
One feature was added to cocaine over
the past week: Daniel Mircea (viseztrance) made
it such that you can now pass blank argument values
(a2d01c4). For example, this now works:
command_line = Cocaine::CommandLine.new(
"-X POST -d :data :url",
:data => "", # Hey note this!
:url => "http://localhost:9000",
:swallow_stderr => false)
…which will produce:
curl -X POST -d '' 'http://localhost:9000'
The paperclip project saw a few neat
commits this week. Jeremy McNevin (jmcnevin) and
ralph (ralph) pass the file type to Fog now, always
201f02e). Luke Griffiths
(Sporky023), one of our new
apprentices, got his first open source contribution in:
you can pass an
:s3_encrypted option for controlling which encryption type S3
should use (true is now s3serverside_encryption =>
:aes256">65e0338 and true
option">af6d343). And Jon Yurek
(jyurek) fixed mixing Paperclip with
The fixture replacement gem,
factory_bot, is now at version
(845578c). It includes bug fixes, a deprecation, and more Rails support.
All commits were by Joshua Clayton
There was an issue where using an inline trait would cause it not to be
(70a80fd), and an issue
with the precedence of inline
Josh also deprecated the
attributes_for class method, which once upon a time
produced all the attributes that a factory would set
(a883315). He provided no reliable
was released, so we made sure to test against that—and it works!
A new release for
capybara-webkit, yeay! Joe
Ferris (jferris) cut the release
(59ba861), first removing a long-standing
debugging print statement
Sweet features, bro: Yuri Gadow (ylg) added support for
the fancy text inputs in HTML5 like email, number, search, and so on
John Barker (excepttheweasel) updated the
README to point out that capybara-webkit does not, in fact, listen on port 8200
Project name history can be found here.