Tracks 2.5.1 can be downloaded here.
Upgrade instructions can be found in the manual.
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A lot of contributrions by various people from our community have found their way into this release. This release also sees the addition of a new member to the Tracks team. Please welcome Dan Rice as a new committer! Dan has been instrumental in improving our support for PostgreSQL and making a ton of other small improvements to the Tracks codebase for this release.
I hope this is the last 2.1.x release and that the next release will be Tracks 2.2 containing a lot of improvements. You are welcome to help test Tracks 2.2. In the mean time if you prefer the stable release, 2.1.1 is the best choice.
Please note that Tracks 2.1.x does not support ruby 1.9 and it depends on ruby 1.8.7. Tracks 2.2 will support both ruby 1.8.7 and ruby 1.9. After 2.2 support for ruby 1.8.7 will be dropped.
It is finally done! You can now download Tracks version 2.1 from github. We did our best to test this new version well, but any problems you may have can be posted to Assembla. Improvements for translations are welcome too.
Do not forget to migrate your database if you are coming from 2.0 or from 2.1RC1. And since we have migrated to bundler for managing dependencies, run @bundle install@ (instead of @rake gems:install@). If you use passenger and the gems will not load using bundler, set the @BUNDLER_PATH@ in @.bundler/config@. See the installation and upgrade manual for more details.
We have seen a lot of new contributions from several contributers: Ignacio Ihuerta, Christof Spies, Stefan Richter, Mickey Reiss, Demian Gemperli, Matt Rogers, Jan Stępień, Antonin Blanc, Christian Frank, Sebastian Fischmeister, Andreas Brandl, Craig Maloney, Pavel Zupa, Tim Madden, Jaime Hernandez, Damian Shalev. Also we have two new committing developers (Hi Matt Rogers and Stefan Richter) to keep development of Tracks going.
Thanks to all of you!!
The current release is based on rails 2.3 and only supports ruby 1.8.7. This infrastructure is getting outdated. For release 2.2 we will upgrade this to rails 3 and support ruby 1.8.7 and ruby 1.9.3.
This release brings a lot of new goodies:
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