Goldberg 0.1.4 released

This release adds support for ActiveRecord migrations, so in theory
Goldberg should now run on any database that Rails supports.

Some Rake tasks have also been added, to make installing and upgrading
easier. See "Installation" on the website.

Also included are numerous minor enhancements and bugfixes.

For those who don't know, Goldberg is a website development tool with
login management, role-based security, site navigation via a menu that
is dynamic based on each users' permissions, a choice of layouts, and a
simple CMS. And it's Free software.

Visit the website for more information on getting, installing and using
Goldberg. The RubyForge site has the downloads as well as support
forums where you can ask if you have any difficulties.

Homepage:
http://goldberg.240gl.org

Rubyforge project site:
http://rubyforge.org/projects/goldberg

Regards,
Dave

Downloaded and created my first Goldberg site. Looks like a great
place to start developing from. I'm might use this to replace my
instiki apps. Like the awnf theme.
-Larry

I've sofar been unable to get goldberg to work with Dr Nic's Magic
Models, nor with DrySQL.
-Larry

I've sofar been unable to get goldberg to work with Dr Nic's Magic
Models, nor with DrySQL.
-Larry

> Downloaded and created my first Goldberg site. Looks like a great
> place to start developing from. I'm might use this to replace my
> instiki apps. Like the awnf theme.
> -Larry
>
> >
> > This release adds support for ActiveRecord migrations, so in theory
> > Goldberg should now run on any database that Rails supports.
> >
> > Some Rake tasks have also been added, to make installing and upgrading
> > easier. See "Installation" on the website.
> >
> > Also included are numerous minor enhancements and bugfixes.
> >
> > For those who don't know, Goldberg is a website development tool with
> > login management, role-based security, site navigation via a menu that
> > is dynamic based on each users' permissions, a choice of layouts, and a
> > simple CMS. And it's Free software.
> >
> > Visit the website for more information on getting, installing and using
> > Goldberg. The RubyForge site has the downloads as well as support
> > forums where you can ask if you have any difficulties.
> >
> > Homepage:
> > http://goldberg.240gl.org
> >
> > Rubyforge project site:
> > http://rubyforge.org/projects/goldberg
> >
> >
> > Regards,
> > Dave
> >
> >
> > > > >
> >
>
>
> --
> Best Regards,
> -Larry
> "Work, work, work...there is no satisfactory alternative."
> --- E.Taft Benson
>

--
Best Regards,
-Larry
"Work, work, work...there is no satisfactory alternative."
            --- E.Taft Benson

Hi Larry,

I'd be happy to help if you could give me some more details.

* I'm not intimately familiar with Dr Nic's Magic Models. Could you
give me a brief overview of what they are and how you're using them
with Goldberg?

* What sorts of problems are you experiencing? Can you give me some
details, including the steps by which I can reproduce them?

Please feel free to contact me directly by e-mail if that helps --
urbanus at 240gl dot org.

Regards,
Dave

Thanks, I appreciate your willingness to help with this. I really
like the concept, and will use the current version on a couple of
websites.

Dr Nic's Magic Models attempts to figure out the model relationship
for you, by overriding the Module.constant_missing method. (
http://drnicwilliams.com/2006/08/10/bts-magic-models-class-creation/
)

I'll document this in more detail to you directly.
-Larry