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    • Stefan Tatschner's avatar
      Replace Rugments with Rouge · 00bd72a377c1
      Stefan Tatschner authored
      I have mainly created the rugments fork for the purpose of improving
      gitlab's highlighting. Nowadays IMO it works way better than the old
      highlight.js solution. But the development is stuck on my side because
      of a couple of personal reasons:
      
        * I have finished my studies; last months I was writing my master
          thesis. So there was a huge time problem. I am sorry for that.
      
        * I had to move to Munich due to getting a (paid) job. Searching a
          flat here is horrible... :)
      
        * Last but not least, maintaining the same code base in two seperate
          projects is a mess.
      
      I have decided to switch back to rouge due to several reasons:
      
        * In the beginning I was quite motivated, but since I start
          working on my new job next week, the best solution IMO is
          switching back to upstream rouge.
      
        * Rouge is continously improving:
          https://github.com/jneen/rouge/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md
          http://rouge.jneen.net/
      
        * There should be absolutely no regressions with this change. Most
          likely this pull request will almost fix some minor bugs.
      
        * One less gem in gitlab is a good thing. since Gitlab is quite a
          huge bundle of gems. Reducing complexity should be a major
          milestone.
      
      Thanks a lot to @stanhu and @jneen for the review!
      00bd72a377c1
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    • Yorick Peterse's avatar
      Only load byebug on MRI · d10ae1fb6818
      Yorick Peterse authored
      This Gem relies on MRI specific debugging APIs. This at least allows
      installation on Rubinius/JRuby.
      d10ae1fb6818
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    • Robert Speicher's avatar
      Gem updates for security issues · 1a7a6cca9079
      Robert Speicher authored
      - sprockets (rails dependency, but we need to specify a version to pull
        in fixes)
      - sass-rails (no security issues, but required an update to meet new
        sprockets version requirement)
      - rest-client (coveralls dependency)
      1a7a6cca9079
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