+1. Getting this stuff in rawhide often helps app developers update
their app to the new version.
As far as Aeolus goes, don't concern yourself w/ any of those packages,
most likely will retire them at some point.
On 08/06/2013 09:59 AM, Troy Dawson wrote:
Although I don't speak for Krishna or Marcela, I say "Go for it."
The change has got to come sometime, and since this is in rawhide it's
better to get it done early than late.
The big ruby change in F19 came right on Freeze day, and it broke
every one of my rubygem packages. I'd much rather this came now so
I/we can get it over with and fix anything that breaks now rather than
On 08/06/2013 05:22 AM, Josef Stribny wrote:
> If I don't get any response against the update until tomorrow, I am
> planning to start building the packages on Thursday, August 8, 2013.
> Regards Josef
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Josef Stribny"
> <jstribny(a)redhat.com> To: "Ruby SIG mailing list"
> <ruby-sig(a)lists.fedoraproject.org> Cc: "Krishna Raman"
> <kraman(a)gmail.com>, "Marcela Mašláňová" <mmaslano(a)redhat.com>
> Monday, August 5, 2013 2:03:13 PM Subject: Rails 4 update and
> dependent packages (aoelus, mongoid, openshift)
> Hi all,
> I hope I finished listing all dependencies on Rails 4.0 in our
> feature page. If you spot something missing, please let me know.
> As you can see, some updates should be trivial, but some cannot be
> made at the moment:
> * There are several packages, which depends on Ruby on Rails
> framework. All need to be tested an updated. These needs to be surely
> updated: ** rubygem-cucumber-rails (loosen the dep should be enough)
> ** rubygem-haml-rails to 0.4 ** rubygem-simple_form to 3.0.0rc **
> rubygem-delayed_job to 3.1.4 ** rubygem-rubigen might need update
> (stated deps are ok though) ** rubygem-paranoia might need update
> (stated deps are ok though)
> * Following gems don't support Rails 4.0 right now and would be
> broken by the update: ** openshift-origin-broker and any of
> rubygem-openshift-origin* gems might need to be updated and tested
> against Rails 4.0 ** rubygem-aeolus* packages *** upstream no longer
> maintains the project ** rubygem-audited-activerecord **
> rubygem-mongoid (mongoid 4.0 is blocked by 10gen Ruby driver) ***
> As for the Rails' dependencies, we have them all covered by now.
> JBuilder and sdoc are waiting to be reviewed.
> So to say, we would have to wait quite some time for mongoid, aeolus
> is not going to be updated and OpenShift is slowly starting
> (hopefully) to support Rails 4.0. The question is: when should we do
> the update? I would like to see Rails 4.0 in F20, but I am not sure
> if all the deps can be there at the same time.
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/Ruby_on_Rails_4.0
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