Goldberg 0.1.2 released -- Ajax Scaffold support!

This release adds Ajax Scaffold support to Goldberg, the website development tool for Ruby on Rails.

The main site template -- application.rhtml -- will look to see if the Ajax Scaffold stylesheets and javascripts exist, and if so it will include links to them. For users who don't use Ajax Scaffold, no action is required.

Database support is also improved in this version: the dumps for MySQL and PostgreSQL should be more reliable and compatible across different versions of MySQL and PostgreSQL.

ActiveRecord session storage is no longer enabled by default for Goldberg (although you can re-enable it if you want by editing your environment.rb file). It was causing problems for Windows users; but UNIX/Linux users should continue to have no problems with ActiveRecord storage of sessions.

This release also fixes a number of bugs, and features a cleanup of the session/authorisation code.

Overall this release should clear up most of the outstanding bugs and reliability issues, so we can start focusing on improvements. Please contact us with feedback (good and bad) so we can prioritise appropriately.

Goldberg can be downloaded from the Rubyforge project site:

Visit the Goldberg website for further information:

Regards, Urbanus