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Theme Problem

Theme Problem

From:
Andrew Premdas
Date:
2012-01-22 @ 16:13
First post to list - afraid I can't find a simple way to add this to
the appropriate thread.

Just wanted to confirm that following the tutorial for using a theme
doesn't work on a new project as reported by Jonathan Ballinger on
2012-01-17.

Installing a theme gives:

    File not found: index.html

when you go to the site home page. This is with most recent gem
release and HEAD at github

All best

Andrew

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Andrew Premdas
blog.andrew.premdas.org

Re: [nesta] Theme Problem

From:
Kevin Zurawel
Date:
2012-01-22 @ 16:30
Can't say for sure, but it seems like this is a bug in the latest Rack gem
(1.4.0) - see the "Caching breaks home page" thread on this list for a 
link to the patch.

Kevin


On Jan 22, 2012, at 11:13 AM, Andrew Premdas wrote:

> First post to list - afraid I can't find a simple way to add this to
> the appropriate thread.
> 
> Just wanted to confirm that following the tutorial for using a theme
> doesn't work on a new project as reported by Jonathan Ballinger on
> 2012-01-17.
> 
> Installing a theme gives:
> 
>    File not found: index.html
> 
> when you go to the site home page. This is with most recent gem
> release and HEAD at github
> 
> All best
> 
> Andrew
> 
> -- 
> ------------------------
> Andrew Premdas
> blog.andrew.premdas.org

Re: [nesta] Theme Problem

From:
Graham Ashton
Date:
2012-01-22 @ 19:00
On 22 Jan 2012, at 16:30, Kevin Zurawel wrote:

> Can't say for sure, but it seems like this is a bug in the latest Rack 
gem (1.4.0) - see the "Caching breaks home page" thread on this list for a
link to the patch.

I just did a test in a new project, and it is exactly that.

Andrew - This should sort you out until Rack 1.4.1 is out:

    $ echo "gem 'rack', '1.3.6'" >> Gemfile
    $ bundle update rack

Re: [nesta] Theme Problem

From:
Andrew Premdas
Date:
2012-01-23 @ 04:09
On 22 January 2012 19:00, Graham Ashton <graham@effectif.com> wrote:
> On 22 Jan 2012, at 16:30, Kevin Zurawel wrote:
>
>> Can't say for sure, but it seems like this is a bug in the latest Rack 
gem (1.4.0) - see the "Caching breaks home page" thread on this list for a
link to the patch.
>
> I just did a test in a new project, and it is exactly that.
>
> Andrew - This should sort you out until Rack 1.4.1 is out:
>
>    $ echo "gem 'rack', '1.3.6'" >> Gemfile
>    $ bundle update rack

Thanks, fixes things for me :)

Andrew

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Andrew Premdas
blog.andrew.premdas.org