[rust-dev] Rust-ci updates (project categories and documentation)
Hans Jørgen Hoel
hansjorg at gmail.com
Mon Jan 20 18:54:15 PST 2014
I've switched from an iframe to proxying:
A bit slow at the moment. I'll add some caching asap.
On 21 January 2014 01:42, Kevin Ballard <kevin at sb.org> wrote:
> That's pretty cool. http://www.rust-ci.org/kballard/rust-lua/doc/lua now contains documentation for rust-lua!
> Although there are two issues with the documentation as it exists now. Both are caused by the fact that the docs link actually embeds the real documentation in an <iframe>.
> The first issue is that the title of the page is always "Rust CI".
> The second is that clicking a link in the documentation will only navigate that <iframe>, and therefore the URL bar doesn't get updated and the browser back button (and history list) is broken.
> On Jan 20, 2014, at 4:01 PM, Hans Jørgen Hoel <hansjorg at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Rust-ci (http://www.rust-ci.org/) has been updated with some new features
>> * documentation can be uploaded during Travis CI builds (see project
>> page -> owner actions -> get config for docs upload)
>> * categorization of projects
>> * projects can now be edited and deleted by owners (aka Web 2.0 compliance)
>> For a view of projects by category see:
>> I've added likely categories to projects based on name and
>> description, but I've probably missed a few so please take a look at
>> your own project (owner actions -> edit project to change).
>> Categories are fixed for now. Give me a ping if you want to have a
>> category added or changed.
>> Projects on the frontpage with a padlock in the status column are
>> missing Travis CI authentication due to an earlier bug. To fix this,
>> go to the project page and select Authenticate.
>> If you encounter any other issues, please report it here:
>> Next up:
>> * benchmarks upload (and graphing)
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