Description of problem:
The version available in Fedora 13 is quite behind.
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yum installs rubygem-haml version 3.0.13
We're using HAML in Deltacloud. It would be great if our users could install the supported version via yum.
Apologies for the delay - will examine this tomorrow.
Updated - build here
unable to update packages for a bit due to cvs maintenance.
Looks like the new haml breaks rubygem-compass so I'll need to file a ticket to get that resolved before it can go up for F13.
Can you elaborate on the compass incompatibility. Is this just for version 3.0.13, if so perhaps we can only update to a slightly older version until these incompatibilities have been resolved upstream.
Recent versions of compass (which I maintain) specify 3.0.4 as the minimum. We need the updated haml, to update compass, to also include the compass-960-plugin package which we also need for deltacloud.
The request to update compass can be found here
ping again, is there any progress ?
Another reason for update is that new Sinatra (1.1) depends on HAML >=3.0.
HAML 3.0 introduces SCSS parsers which are the most wanted feature for most Sinatra hackers ;-)
As mmorsi said, we can elaborate with compass update as well.
(While I know almost nothing about haml)
Are there any reason haml should be updated to 3.x even on F-13?
As F-14 is to be released, basically updates on F-13 should be bugfix
only and introducing incompatibility with currently shipped version
must be avoided:
Also (again while I don't know about haml well), I am not sure if
haml should be updated to 3.x even on F-14.
says there is some incompatibility between 2.2.24 and 3.0.0.
Anyone have time to help maintain? I've got my hands full with a few other projects atm.
This package has changed ownership in the Fedora Package Database. Reassigning to the new owner of this component.
I've updated haml to the latest upstream release in rawhide and F15.
F15 updates push is pending successful build which is pending updates to dependencies (rails has just been updated from 3.0.3 to 3.0.5 and is in f15-updates-testing, those changes need to make it through to updates for a successful haml build).