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When we recorded this last night, release candidate 1 of bundler was out. In the wee hours this morning, Yehuda released RC2, fixing a couple of small issues.
And with the RC of Bundler, the release candidate of Rails 3 was released as well. Listen to Dave's rant to see why this release candidate isn't really a release candidate.
Derek Kastner wrote a blog entry this week showing how he used bundler for managing some real-world complexity related to some gems he was publishing.
Ivan Schneider wrote us this week to tell us about his new project, convenient_scopes, a drop-in replacement for SearchLogic that works with Rails 3. He's looking for contributors, so check it out.
Jonathan Rudenberg just releasedf his Google Summer of Code project, Mailman. This is a micro-framework for parsing and responding to inbound emails.
Do you use formtastic? Do you want your users to be able to select a location on a map? Maptastic is there for you.
Rollout, by James Golick, is a ruby library backed by Redis that lets you manage which users of your application have access to which features. Want to create tiered accounts? Want to roll a feature out slowly across your user base? Check it out.
This capistrano recipe by Alan Pinstein was recently a big help to me, helping me automatically tag deployments and promote into production.
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Ilya Grigorik talks Fibers, while fake_arel, Rack-Gist, and Coloration get introduced. Also, Choco and some helpful Git tips sneak their way into this episode of Ruby5.
Briantree gateway gem, Fabrication, Green Letters, Use Bundler in your Gems, Integrum's code test, redis-load, and capistrano-spec!
Interviews with Charles Nutter and Brian Ford talking about Rubinius and Mirah, Speed Tracer, and Redmine are all packed into this episode of Ruby5.
dunce-cap, Inploy, redcar, activelog, bullet, railroad, information on testing rails helpers, dnsmasq, and a dnssimple ruby wrapper on this edition of Ruby5
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