Haml 4.0 has been released!
It’s finally here! I’m happy to announce that Haml 4.0 has been released to Rubygems and is ready for you to install right now. This release includes many improvements, including SCSS, Less and Coffeescript filters; better HTML5 support; hyphenated data attributes; security, performance, and thread-safety fixes; and much, much more. Now, I hate to sound like the fine print on a...
What's new in Haml 3.2 beta?
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything, but a lot has been happening behind the scenes. First of all, my second son, Oliver, was born 5 weeks ago, so I’ve had a whole lot more than Haml on my mind lately! Luckily for the project, though, Matt Wildig has come on as a core committer and been picking up my slack for the last few months. The upcoming 3.2 release includes tons...
Haml 3.1.6 is released!
I’ve just pushed 3.1.6. to Rubygems - since there were no problems reported, it’s identical to 3.1.6.rc.1 from a few days earlier. As always, if you experience any problems please report them on our issue tracker.
Haml 3.1.6.rc.1 released
Recently I released 3.1.5 to work around a change in Rails 3.2.3 which made textarea helpers append newlines to the opening tag. Rails’s motivation for this change was to fix a longstanding bug which impeded the ability to save texarea content with leading newlines. Unfortunately, Haml 3.1.4 treated this newline as content, rather than as a seperator between the textarea tag and its...
Haml 3.1.5 released!
Haml 3.1.5 has just been released. This release includes fixes to better support Rails’s html_safe flag and Rails 3.2.3’s textarea helpers. Since there were no issues reported, Haml 3.1.5 is exactly the same as Haml 3.1.5.beta.1 and Haml 3.1.5.rc.1. If you come across any issues with this release, please report them on our issue tracker. Happy hamling!
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Haml 3.1.5.rc.1 released
I’ve gotten no bug reports indicating problems with Haml 3.1.5.beta.1, so I’ve released it unmodified as 3.1.5.rc.1. If no problems appear, then this will be released unmodified as Haml 3.1.5 on Monday, May 7th.
Haml 3.1.5.beta.1 released
I’m just catching up and posting this on the blog, but Haml 3.1.5.beta.1 has been released. This release fixes a much-discussed incompatibility with Haml and Rails 3.2.3. The latest release of Rails fixes a longstanding bug with textarea helpers by introducing a newline after the opening tag. Unfortunately, this fix caused problems with Haml 3.1.4 because it treats the newline after the...