Will add it to the FAQ later.
I haven't seen the repository go up a new one yet so holding off on
updates until we see where that's going. I know we're moving the
issues list from YouTrack to github, but did we agree on the wiki too?
On Aug 31, 5:54 pm, Rob Reynolds <ferventco...@gmail.com
> So - Daniel corrected me that he yanked those versions due to them being bad
> gems. The reason they were bad. The gemspec files, etc needs to be ascii and
> not utf-8? I didn't realize that would cause a problem.
> "Be passionate in all you do"
> On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 3:48 PM, Nick Quaranto <n...@quaran.to
> > Yeah, this is one huge problem with how gem dependencies are handled in
> > general. I think the only way we can deal with it is hook into the
> > dependencies we have in the database and warn you when you yank 'hey, did
> > you know X and Y gem depend on this?'
> > On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 4:46 PM, Rob Reynolds <ferventco...@gmail.com
> >> This messes up anybody that depends on your gem. They have to go download
> >> the gem manually and that defeats the purpose of gems.
> >> The yank command has a very specific use. It's not to clean up older
> >> versions. Yank should only be used when there is something wrong with the
> >> gem. Nick Q will probably correct me if I am wrong here.
> >> See the images below to see what I'm talking about. Not picking on
> >> anyone, just a learning opportunity here. And we are all learning.
> >> ____
> >> Rob
> >> "Be passionate in all you do"
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