[ANN] rest-client 1.1.0 released


Archiloque <code@...>
 

(a copy of the mail send to ruby-talk)

rest-client version 1.0.1 has been released!

rest-client is a simple REST client for Ruby, inspired by
microframework syntax for specifying actions.

Changes:
* new maintainer: Archiloque, the working repo is now at http://github.com/archiloque/rest-client
* a mailing list has been created at rest.client@... and an
freenode irc channel #rest-client
* François Beausoleil' multipart code from http://github.com/francois/rest-client
has been merged
* ability to use hash in hash as payload
* the mime-type code now rely on the mime-types gem http://mime-types.rubyforge.org/
instead of an internal partial list
* 204 response returns a Response instead of nil (patch provided by
Elliott Draper)

All changes exept the last one should be fully compatible with the
previous version.

NOTE: due to a dependency problem and to the last change, heroku users
should update their heroku gem to >= 1.5.3 to be able to use this
version.

Project: http://github.com/archiloque/rest-client

Regards

Archiloque


Adam Wiggins <adam@...>
 

Woot! Nice work, Archiloque!

Adam


Lucas Nussbaum <lucas@...>
 

On 31/12/09 at 19:17 +0100, Archiloque wrote:
(a copy of the mail send to ruby-talk)

rest-client version 1.0.1 has been released!
Uh?

The previous version from adamwiggins' git tree was tagged 1.1.5, and
VERSION contained 1.1.5. That's also the version number I used to
package it in Debian. I would suggest using something >> 1.1.5 (like
1.2.0) to avoid having two different "rest-client 1.1.5" available in a
few releases.
--
| Lucas Nussbaum
| lucas@... http://www.lucas-nussbaum.net/ |
| jabber: lucas@... GPG: 1024D/023B3F4F |


Archiloque <code@...>
 

Le 1 janv. 2010 à 20:50, Lucas Nussbaum <lucas@...> a
écrit :

On 31/12/09 at 19:17 +0100, Archiloque wrote:
(a copy of the mail send to ruby-talk)

rest-client version 1.0.1 has been released!
Uh?

The previous version from adamwiggins' git tree was tagged 1.1.5, and
VERSION contained 1.1.5. That's also the version number I used to
package it in Debian. I would suggest using something >> 1.1.5 (like
1.2.0) to avoid having two different "rest-client 1.1.5" available
in a
few releases.
Didn't know debian is packaging some custom gems instead of canonical
ones; next release will be 1.2.0.

A.


Lucas Nussbaum <lucas@...>
 

On 03/01/10 at 12:40 +0100, Archiloque wrote:
Le 1 janv. 2010 à 20:50, Lucas Nussbaum <lucas@...> a
écrit :

On 31/12/09 at 19:17 +0100, Archiloque wrote:
(a copy of the mail send to ruby-talk)

rest-client version 1.0.1 has been released!
Uh?

The previous version from adamwiggins' git tree was tagged 1.1.5, and
VERSION contained 1.1.5. That's also the version number I used to
package it in Debian. I would suggest using something >> 1.1.5 (like
1.2.0) to avoid having two different "rest-client 1.1.5" available
in a
few releases.
Didn't know debian is packaging some custom gems instead of canonical
ones; next release will be 1.2.0.
Well, at the time I did the packaging, the most recent tag in
adamwiggins' git tree on github was 1.1.5. So there was nothing
unofficial about it.
--
| Lucas Nussbaum
| lucas@... http://www.lucas-nussbaum.net/ |
| jabber: lucas@... GPG: 1024D/023B3F4F |


Archiloque <code@...>
 

Le 3 janv. 2010 à 14:42, Lucas Nussbaum <lucas@...> a
écrit :

On 03/01/10 at 12:40 +0100, Archiloque wrote:
Le 1 janv. 2010 à 20:50, Lucas Nussbaum <lucas@...> a
écrit :

On 31/12/09 at 19:17 +0100, Archiloque wrote:
(a copy of the mail send to ruby-talk)

rest-client version 1.0.1 has been released!
Uh?

The previous version from adamwiggins' git tree was tagged 1.1.5,
and
VERSION contained 1.1.5. That's also the version number I used to
package it in Debian. I would suggest using something >> 1.1.5 (like
1.2.0) to avoid having two different "rest-client 1.1.5" available
in a
few releases.
Didn't know debian is packaging some custom gems instead of canonical
ones; next release will be 1.2.0.
Well, at the time I did the packaging, the most recent tag in
adamwiggins' git tree on github was 1.1.5. So there was nothing
unofficial about it.
By official I meant the gems available on the gems repository because
I forgot you don't rely on gemcutter but on the github tags, sorry !

A.