- Italian by gionn (Giovanni Toraldo)
- Russian by hacenator
Also, from now on, when generating the archive name, non-ascii characters will be trimmed in order to make some Windows archiving software happy, this closes issue #16.
In case there is only non-ascii characters in the archive name, the name of the tarball will become tarball-revisionnumber .
redmine_whining: Redmine Whining 0.0.6 released (6 comments)
This release include new localization backported from master. Also, support for redmine < 0.9 localization has been removed. Now, all localization will be maintained in config/locales only.
Feature wise, debugging is made easier with the introduction of a -d rake task option switch.
Email readability has been improved by listing issues by Project.Here a changelog like summary:
- German (feinerfug)
- Portuguese (mdias)
- Added debug (-d) switch when calling the rake task
- Group issues by Projects Fixes #18
Spanish and Catalan translation by Daniel "ideabcn"
In email, the issue listing directly link to the issue in redmine, thanks Daniel "ideabcn"
- Dutch speakers will now be able to have GitRevision in their native language, thanks to mthmulders
- Also thanks to Mahmood Jalilnejad which helped in improving windows support. Even though some issue might be related to Grit itself, the plugin is now using ActiveSupport::Gzip library in order to gzip the archive, spaces in project name are correctly handled now.
People running the plugin on Windows might be interested in using attachment Grit_git.rb.patch from ticket #3 as this should solve corrupted tar archive produced by Grit.
In some configurations, emails were not properly send. In the past an issue happened
where email were received with text and html content not properly presented to email client.
Still another problem arised on some setup like in ticket #8 where emails did not seem to be sent at all.Other than this issue, 2 localizations where backported from master:
Newer GCC release (like the one on Ubuntu 10.04) was complaining when not using the return value of the write syscall.
This release allow the plugin to compile happily with newer GCC.
For more info, see ticket #6
The version config parameter was not handled properly and ended up being ignored and defaulting to version 3.
I am not sure if this will make the plugin work with LDAP version lower than 3 (as I use version 3 myself). But at least the option is taken into account :).
If you have version 0.0.5 running fine, there is no need to upgrade to 0.0.6 as there is no new feature/important fixes.
You can download it from the repository @ tag 0.0.6
This new release allow redmine admins to configure the plugin to handle bigger repositories through the plugin setting page.
A potential memleak is fixed could have happened when ldap_search_ext_s returned something else than LDAP_SUCCESS.
From LDAP man page:
Note that res parameter of ldap_search_ext_s() and ldap_search_s() should be freed with ldap_msgfree() regardless of return value of these functions.
You can download it from the repository @ tag 0.0.5
Timeout of grit command can now be modified in the plugin setting page. This should fix issues like #4.
Also, as some systems might have issue with gzipping, gzipping can now be disabled from the plugin setting page. that way, #3 can be worked-around.
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