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Oupsnow 0.1.0 Released

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I am really happy to released Oupsnow. After to participate to Redmine and using it, I decided to create my own bug tracker. I think redmine has some default. I finish by create my own bug tracker. It's strongly inspired by Lighthouse which really simple to use it.

It's the first version release after 2 month of development. It's not a complete product. But it's start to have a few feature to use it. In second, Oupsnow is a product using Merb. With this project I can be discover and improve my knowledge.

In next release, I will improve the administraion. I will create a converter from redmine to Oupsnow. After this creation, I will migrate to Oupsnow in place of Redmine to my development platforme

I install a demo. With it you can see what is Oupsnow.

In bonus, my deploy.rb file used to deploy my demo of Oupsnow by capistrano.

set :application, "oupsnow" set :repository, "git://" set :domain, "" # If you aren't deploying to /u/apps/#{application} on the target # servers (which is the default), you can specify the actual location # via the :deploy_to variable: set :deploy_to, "/var/rails/oupsnow-demo" set :deploy_via, :remote_cache set :repository_cache, "#{application}-src" # If you aren't using Subversion to manage your source code, specify # your SCM below: # set :scm, :subversion set :scm, :git set :git_enable_submodules, 1 set :runner, "rails" set :user, "rails" set :use_sudo, false set :rack_up, "/etc/thin/" set :merb_port, 46000 role :app, domain role :web, domain role :db, domain, :primary => true task :update_config, :roles => [:app] do run "ln -s #{shared_path}/config/database.yml #{release_path}/config/database.yml" end namespace :deploy do task :start, :roles => [:app] do run "merb -u #{user} -G #{user} -d -c 1 -p #{merb_port} -n #{application} -a thin -e production -m '#{deploy_to}/current/'" end task :stop, :roles => [:app] do run "merb -u #{user} -G #{user} -d -c 1 -K all -p #{merb_port} -n #{application} -a thin -e production -m '#{deploy_to}/current/'" end task :restart, :roles => [:app] do deploy.stop deploy.start end end after "deploy:update_code", :update_config

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