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plupload-rails3 is now available as a gem, and it now works on Rails 3.1.

Automated tests are still virtually non-existent, which was a result of me not having a good idea for a strategy on how to test it in any useful manner. But after briefly bouncing ideas off of Jesse Wolgamott last night at the HRUG meeting, I think that will improve.

If you have an issue or improvement, don't be afraid to let me know.

PS: I'd like to give a little thank you to David Radcliffe, who prompted me to make these changes.

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Does it support rails 3.2?

Posted by Loganathan on Jun 19, 2012 at 04:51 AM UTC - 6 hrs

I don't remember anything specific that would cause it not to work on 3.2. There was an issue with 3.1 because it was such a drastic change from 3.0 (with the asset pipeline).

That said, I haven't had a reason to use it on a 3.2 project yet (which means I also haven't updated the test projects to try it on 3.2), so I don't know for sure.

If you try it out and it turns out it doesn't, feel free to open an issue and I'll fix it to work in 3.2: https://github.com/codeodor/plupload-rails3/issues...

Posted by Sammy Larbi on Jun 19, 2012 at 06:23 PM UTC - 6 hrs

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