27 Feb '12, 7am

ついにRedmineでRuby1.9対応がCloseされた。後はリリースを待つのみ。Feature #4050: Ruby 1.9 support - Redmine http://t.co/YVOs9Jh6

With attached patches redmine passes all tests with Rails 2.3.4 and Ruby 1.9.1. I'm trying to package redmine for ALT Linux distro, these patches are not distribution specific. I have packaged and installed following modules (never tried to patch vendored versions): ruby-coderay (http://svn.rubychan.de/coderay ) rails-plugin-engines (http://github.com/lazyatom/engines ) rails-plugin-rfpdf (http://github.com/edwinmoss/rfpdf ) Excerption from redmine spec just for reference: rm -rf vendor/plugins/coderay*/ rm -rf vendor/plugins/engines/ rm -rf vendor/plugins/rfpdf/ # these locales fail test_load(DefaultDataTest) rm -f config/locales/hu.yml rm -f config/locales/zh.yml rm -f config/locales/zh-TW.yml cat <<EOF >config/database.yml production: adapter: sqlite3 database: db/production.db development: adapter: sqlite3 database: db/development.db test: adapter: sqlite3 database: db...

Full article: http://www.redmine.org/issues/4050

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