The implementation of the GCC compatibility frontend in bug that has been generating a mostly quiet failure for far too long.5.1 (clang for ) introduces a breaking change. In previous versions of Xcode, clang would accept unknown command line flags with a warning. As of Xcode 5.1, passing unknown flags causes rejection with an error. Clearly, rejecting unknown flags is sane behavior and Xcode is now arguably doing the right thing. This change highlights a
Other bug fixes: # 1082333 .
The post Percona Server 5.1.73-14.11 is …
Introduced a workaround for a GCC 4.6 bug. This bug could cause Phusion Passsenger to crash during startup. Affected operating systems include issue #902 .12.04 and 2013.09.01, though not every machine with this OS installed exhibits the problem. See
Improvedsupport: the Sails framework is now supported.
Improved Node.js support: the streams2 API is now supported.
Introduced support for hooks, allowing users to easily extend…
Fixed compilation problems on GCC 4.8.2 (e.g.2013-10-27).
Fixed a compatibility problem with issue #999 ./usr/ccs/bin/make:
Support for theframework has been open sourced.
If you would like to stay …
Fix Homebrew + install GCC
After the upgrade, Apple will set the ownership of your /usr/local folder to root. You can easily fix this by running this command in Terminal: sudo chown -R `whoami` /usr/local
Next, you need to update Homebrew: brew update
If you need to install any Ruby that's older than 1.9.3, such as 1.9.2, 1.8.7 or REE, you'll need to install GCC 4.2. Apple does not ship the Command Line Tools with gcc-4.2 compiler anymore (you can check by running …
…if part of the reason you don't want people to have to compile things is the file size of the GCC package, you're not going to help that with statically linking everything. Locomotive was about 100MB, and I think that's probably the absolute minimum file size you'll be able to pull off if you go that route. Why not have them download ~150MB and be able to install anything they want ?
Which leads to my second issue: discouraging people from using the tools they will be …
…It adds/clang support (ideal for users), GCC 4.7 support, and includes security fixes in the extension.
Ruby 1.8.7-2012.02 released; End of Imminent
has unveiled the latest release of which is based on 1.8.7-p358 and 1.8.15 and is compatible with 4 and OS X Lion. However, REE is being slowly retired and no Ruby 1.9 version is forthcoming for several reasons.
JRuby 1.6.7 …
For reference The is a community-curated collection of free books for the intellectually curious. Lots of good stuff there. Shelf
Innovative Inventing on Principle . This is one of those presentations you just have to watch.
Manly how to add man pages for your module . …and Node:
XCode, GCC, and Homebrew - One of the good things about : shipping official tools to support homebrew (and you can download them today).
capybara-firebug - Run Capybara tests with enabled under the selenium driver.
Ruby 1.9.2-p125 is released - for new releases.
I - 't Learn Ember in 2012 or troll-stomping? You decide.
Ruby 1.9.3-p125 is released.
This release include a security fixes of the Ruby OpenSSL extension . And many bugs are fixed in this release.
Fixed: [Bug # 5076]/clang support
Fixed: GCC 4.7 support [Bug # 5851]
other bug fixes