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UnderpantsGnome UnderpantsGnome 1. Collect Underpants 2. ??? 3. Profit! Around the web Github Twitter JABE 0.8.0 October 05, 2012 02:59 What’s new: Bootstrap 2.1.1 Removed Haml Removed Sass Removed simple_form Removed bootstrap-sass gem Comments: 0 JABE 0.6.1, Rails 3.1+ and mountable February 01, 2012 04:19 So I finally got around to updating JABE yeah I know its been forever (about a year). Well it now plays nice with Rails 3.1+ and you can now mount it to any path you want instead of just the root. Comments: 0 Sass on Heroku or any generated files for that matter May 11, 2011 22:34 Here’s yet another take on how to handle generated files when you are deploying to Heroku while keeping your git repo free of the artifacts. We deploy using a rake task rake deploy that was generating Jammit files, committing them to the repo and pushing them up. This works fine, but adds “junk” commits to your repo and even the occasional merge conflict from the generated files. Since Heroku doesn’t care what you push to it as long as it is in the master branch on their end, why not generate the assets in a throwaway branch and push that up? Here are the basic commands you would run in the shell. Wrap them up in a rake task that fits your project and off you go. # send it up to github git push origin master # get rid of the branch if it exists (it shouldn't) git branch -D deploy # generate Jammit, Sass, etc. files rake cache_assets # push it up to heroku, need force since it's a different branch every time git push heroku deploy:master --force git checkout master # get rid of the old branch git branch -D deploy As long as everybody uses the rake task to deploy you shouldn’t have any problems with this technique. Comments: 0 Queue failed Solr calls with Delayed::Job May 04, 2011 21:36 We are using websolr.com from one of our Heroku apps and from time to time we see connection errors. This is disruptive in the UI. One option was to move all of the Solr calls to DJ tasks, but I didn’t want to have a ton of stuff in the DJ queue. The other option was to make a variation of SilentFailSessionProxy and have it queue up the jobs we cared about, specifically index and remove and raise the others. Here is the current version of this. require 'sunspot/session_proxy/silent_fail_session_proxy' module Sunspot module SessionProxy class QueueFailureSessionProxy "Solr Exception", :error_message => "Solr Exception: #{ex.message}", :parameters => { :model => klass, :method => method_name } ) if defined?(HoptoadNotifier) klass.delay.index! if method_name.to_s.match('index') klass.delay.remove_from_index! if method_name.to_s.match('remove') else raise ex end end SUPPORTED_METHODS.each do |method| module_eval( ex self.rescued_exception(:#{method}, ex, args.first) end end RUBY end end end end Sunspot.session = Sunspot::SessionProxy::QueueFailureSessionProxy.new(Sunspot.session) Comments: 0 How to install private gems on heroku January 06, 2011 00:22 Scenario: I have to setup a staging app on Heroku. Sounds pretty simple, should take an hour tops, right? Think again. Mix in a gem from a private git repo and it gets messy. If the gem isn’t installed via version but with a commit ref you get even more fun. Setup the app on Heroku as you normally would, then try to deploy. Everything looks good, until it tries to fetch the private gem. Then git push heroku staging:master -----> Heroku receiving push -----> Rails app detected -----> Detected Rails is not set to serve static_assets Installing rails3_serve_static_assets... done -----> Gemfile detected, running Bundler version 1.0.3 Unresolved dependencies detected; Installing... ... Permission denied (publickey). fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly Hrm… Poke around the google some and find I’m not the only one. See references to an ~/.ssh/config that looks something like Host heroku.com HostName heroku.com User git ForwardAgent yes IdentitiesOnly yes Sounds reasonable. Nope, no luck. More time with google and it would seem that Heroku doesn’t pass your keys out the other side. Not sure if they have a specific reason for it or it’s just the default sshd_config. Ok, that’s not going to work. Lets try dropping the gem in vendor/cache and see if that helps. Oh, there isn’t an actual gem to cache. Lets grab the one in bundler. Nope that wont work either. Off to build the gem so I can place it in vendor/cache. cd ../my_gem rake build cp pkg/my_gem-0.0.2.gem ../rails_app/vendor/cache cd ../rails_app bundle install WTF!? Oh, it saw one gem in the cache dir, I must want them all in there, right?? No, no I don’t. Ok, well let’s place the gem in the app in a place I can get to it with bundler but it wont randomly trigger some other unwanted behavior. gem install ../my_gem/pkg/my_gem-0.0.2.gem gem unpack my_gem -v 0.0.2 --target vendor/private_gems Ok now I update my Gemfile to look like gem 'my_gem', :path => 'vendor/private_gems/my_gem-0.0.2' So far it seems happy. Though I have seen some really strange issues with it randomly Throwing the Gemfile.lock - Heroku has a read-only filesystem error which would make perfect sense other than the fact that the error came from running heroku rake db:migrate right after a successful push. Comments: 0 New home, new engine December 31, 2010 22:06 If you are reading this the site has moved to Heroku and is now powered by JABE in addition to the info on github, more info on JABE coming soon here. Comments: 0 Snow Leopard, Passenger 3, PassengerPane and Stock Apache October 08, 2010 10:34 I finally decided to start using Passenger and the stock Apache in OS X Snow Leopard. Here are the steps I followed, from memory, so if they are missing anything please let me know. install PassengerPane rvm install ree rvm ree rvm gemset create APP_NAME gem install passenger rvmsudo passenger-install-apache2-module Add an .rvmrc file rvm --rvmrc --create ree@APP_NAME Find the gems info rvm ree@APP_NAME rvm info | grep GEM GEM_HOME: "/Users/mmoen/.rvm/gems/ree-1.8.7-2010.02@APP_NAME" GEM_PATH: "/Users/mmoen/.rvm/gems/ree-1.8.7-2010.02@APP_NAME:/Users/mmoen/.rvm/gems/ree-1.8.7-2010.02@global" add those to the /etc/apache2/passenger_pane_vhosts/APP_NAME.local.conf SetEnv GEM_HOME /Users/mmoen/.rvm/gems/ree-1.8.7-2010.02@showcase SetEnv GEM_PATH /Users/mmoen/.rvm/gems/ree-1.8.7-2010.02@showcase:/Users/mmoen/.rvm/gems/ree-1.8.7-2010.02@global Make sure the envs are setup in /etc/apache2/passenger_pane_vhosts/APP_NAME.local.conf RailsEnv development RackEnv development If you make changes to routing or other places that don’t autoload, you will need to restart the instance touch tmp/restart.txt Known issues: If you are running a Rails 2.x app this way you will have to delete config.ru before starting or restarting the app. Otherwise it messes up Rails.env. And as always, feel free to tell me I’m way off or if you have any input, please share it. [edit] Update .rvmrc creation per Wayne’s suggestion Comments: 0 Ack.tmBundle March 23, 2010 20:56 If you are a Textmate user and you were tired of Find in Project being a dog, so you started using Grep in Project and even it was getting slow. You absolutely owe it to yourself to check out Ack in Project. It is ridiculously fast. Comments: 0 rvm friendly TextMate bundles February 20, 2010 07:54 I forked and modified the Cucumber and RSpec TextMate bundles to setup the rvm environment based on an .rvmrc in your project directory. Cucumber Bundle RSpec Bundle Enjoy. Let me know if you find any quirks. Comments: 0 rvm + gemsets + TextMate == yay! * 2 February 20, 2010 05:13 Ok so in my last post I mentioned I wasn’t able to find a way to automatically use an existing .rvmrc file. I spent some time with it again this afternoon and was able to get it to work. So now if you are using TextMate and you want to run a ruby script that uses your rvm environment all you have to do is edit the commands you use and replace the #! and add a couple lines. The odd thing is this is pretty much exactly what I was trying before, though on a different machine. #!/usr/bin/env bash [[ -f "$HOME/.rvm/scripts/rvm" ]] && . $HOME/.rvm/scripts/rvm [[ -f "$TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY/.rvmrc" ]] && . $TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY/.rvmrc And that’s it, you get your rvm config in TextMate. Comments: 0 1 2 3 4 5 Next ? Last ? Powered by JABE a Pixels and Bits project

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