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From: DHH <david.heineme...@gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: Calling Pagination Users
Date: Tue, 08 May 2007 21:56:54 -0000
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> So, this plugin is - for now - as close as we can get to original
> Pagination. The question for all of you is: how close should we go? How much
> are we ready to break?
I think this is a two-step process. Step one is to just take exactly
what's currently in Rails and bottle that up as classic_pagination or
something like that. This will allow anyone using what currently is to
migrate to Rails 2. Then, step 2 would be to improve on what is with a
new plugin that can break backwards compatibility.