AsciiBinder is now available in Fedora Rawhide. There is still missing
the livereload support, but not sure how important it is.
Dne 4.1.2018 v 10:14 Brian Exelbierd napsal(a):
Top Posting: I am not qualified to review ruby packages, but I would
like to see these get reviewed. Barring huge changes, AsciiBinder is part of our
infrastructure for the next while. a/k/a post 4th quarter holidays *bump*
On Thu, Dec 14, 2017, at 6:17 PM, Vít Ondruch wrote:
> I submitted review for rubygem-ascii_doctor. The guard is on its way:
> although there will be necessary to resolve funny issues such as:
> Dne 16.11.2017 v 09:29 Vít Ondruch napsal(a):
>> Dne 16.11.2017 v 01:09 Jason Brooks napsal(a):
>>>> Could you please give it another try? Thx.
>>> Ok, this is working.
>> Thx for testing.
>>> I know you said that "watch" won't work, I don't know how
critical it is, but this functionality is referenced in our contributor guide:
>> Thx for pointing this out.
>>> I think maybe that's just a convenience though?
>> Yes, I think so. The good news is that there is ongoing effort to have
>> packaged more of these dependencies, but hard to predict ETA.
>> The question for me is if the asciibinder in the current "crippled"
>> state is acceptable and helpful for Fedora documentation team or if we
>> should wait (until the "watch" is ready for example).
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