Version 1.90.0 of GetText for Ruby has quite some memory leaks in its Rails support files. In my case, the memory Mongrel used increased by 1 MB with each request it served… Quite amazing that you don’t really find someone else having the problem… Well there’s at least a bug report on rubyforge…
Monkey-patching gettext.rb with the following code made things quite more relaxed:
def bound_target(klass = self) # :nodoc:
ret = nil
Ryan gave the idea and some code for a new ShadedBorder feature. Fat semi-transparent borders:
And thanks alot NewTrax for fixing the hover issues on IE6. It needs a bit more CSS to get going, but will solve any issues. Check out the CSS included in test.html on how to use it.
Ah, right: it’s version 0.6 which has all these features. 🙂
Yeah well, it was raining… And I’ll be on holiday for quite some days from Tuesday on – without any computer. So this weekend was kind of the perfect time to hack a little bit on my neat little fun project ShadedBorder.
The result: after version 0.3 yesterday, today comes version 0.4. 😉 The new features:
The latest Ruby gettext 1.10.0 gem broke the memcache based fragment caching of the current project I’m working on. I figured out what the problem was. gettext 1.10.0 tries to localize caching of fragments by kind of appending the Locale.current … Continued
Memories. Memories that come into your mind when things happen – reminding you – … Right now my girlfriend is in Berlin and one of my best friends lives in Berlin.
This one is to Andy and Anna – and to New Zealand where I really met both of them the first time.
It’s online since almost six weeks. And I don’t know how long it’ll last… Check it out on last.fm as well – although you’ll only get 30 seconds there…
… or: “Cross Browser display:inline-block”. If you ever wanted to display a list of items horizontally with a wrap around once the right margin of your page has been reached, you came across a float:left solution. And if you ever … Continued
I’ve had trouble with random lockups/freezes on my nForce4 based Asus A8N-SLI Premium mainboard since the beginning. I first thought it was related to my Asus 6600 graphics card – using the open-source nv driver instead of the proprietary Nvidia driver on Linux made things better, but didn’t solve it completely. The system simply stopped responding once in a while and a hard reset was necessary.
Wow – ShadedBorder was top 1 on the del.icio.us main page yesterday… Thanks everybody!