Archive for February, 2008

It’s been a slow week on the Rails trunk this week in terms of exciting changes. This week’s report covers changes from 18 Feb 2008 to 24 Feb 2008 (the day the corresponding Rails Envy podcast was recorded). ActiveResource::Base now accepts user and password configuration You can now set the user and password for HTTP […]

Subscribers who read my blog for Ruby- or Mozilla-related posts should ignore this post, it’s another of those blogging as catharsis posts. To my defence, I haven’t done one of those for a really long time! If you’re staying in Singapore and looking to try out the food at Shokudo Japanese Food Bazaar after it […]

Here’s this week’s update of the important changes that have been happening on edge Rails. There were lots of performance patches this week, credit mostly due to the guys from Acunote and their latest blog post on optimizing Rails. This week’s report covers changes from 11 Feb 2008 to 17 Feb 2008 (the day the […]

It’s that time of the week again (every Wednesday for the overly observant, coinciding with the release of the Rails Envy podcast) for some choice updates of what changes have been happening on edge Rails. This week’s report covers changes from 4 Feb 2008 to 10 Feb 2008 (the day the Rails Envy podcast was […]

Here’s another week of noteworthy updates on the Rails trunk. Thanks once again to the Rails Envy podcast for featuring my updates, and even bigger thanks to the Rails contributors and committers who make things happen. This week’s Living on the Edge was covered in Rails Envy podcast #17. The company I work for, Bezurk […]