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Passenger 2.2.7 not reading RailsEnv like it used to Phusion Passenger Discussions | Google Groups

Passenger 2.2.7 broke a whole bunch of Rails apps I manage. It turns out that Passenger does not use the config.ru file for Rails, but if it’s there, it tries to load Rails as a Rack app. See the thread here, with info on the advantages of Passenger loading Rails as a non-Rack app. Passenger 2.2.7 not reading RailsEnv like it used to –
Phusion Passenger Discussions |
Google Groups

Less is Better: interview with DHH

Less is Better: UX Magazine’s interview with David Heinemeier Hansson is a very worthwhile read.

Railscasts – Formtastic Part 1 & 2

This is more like it:Railscasts – Formtastic Part 1 and Part 2.

Soap4R Online RDoc Documentation

The Ruby Soap4R API docs at http://dev.ctor.org/doc/soap4r/ are way out of date compared to the most recent gem. Don’t use them. Use gem server to view the rdocs locally.

7 Things I Wish I Had Known About jQuery

Some jQuery tips I came across: In the Woods: 7 Things I Wish I Had Known About jQuery

On Your Best Behavior: Prototype, LowPro, and Responsible Scripting | The Thoughts of Robots

On Your Best Behavior: Prototype, LowPro, and Responsible Scripting | The Thoughts of Robots

git pull origin master config

Configuring origin master in git: git pull origin master config

Curb on RailsMachine Cent OS 64-bit

Today I was having trouble installing the Curb gem on a Rails Machine 64-bit Cent OS server. Then I found this:

yum -y install krb5-devel e2fsprogs-devel libidn-devel openssl-devel 
zlib-devel 

Found it here:
http://groups.google.com/group/curb—ruby-libcurl-bindings/browse_thread/thread/cb50d150424b4fe5

Soap4R’s Online Docs not Up-To-Date

Wondering why I couldn’t find SOAP::Mapping::LiteralRegistry and SOAP::Mapping::EncodedRegistry in the online Soap4R docs, I finally fired up the gem rdoc server. Sure enough, there they are. So, if you need to look at Soap4R’s rdocs, don’t view them online.

CouchDB Replication

Because CouchDB provides an easy way to do offline replication, people can mirror your hosted application for personal use, and sync back later when they’ve made changes.books.couchdb.org/relax/hosted-applications

This has wonderful work-flow implications compared to apps using relational databases for storage.


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