Dave Everitt | 13 Sep 15:04 2009
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Re: What now?

Just in case anyone comes to visit and doesn't realise Camping has  
it's own repo at Github (the chosen option in this thread, thanks to  
Magnus) here's the URL:

http://github.com/camping/camping/

To promote Camping (e.g. I just mailed ruby-toolbox.com to suggest  
adding it), I usually point people to the above, to the online docs  
below, and to the mailing list. But it would be worth putting up a  
'where is all the definitive updated Camping 1.9-soon-to-be-2.0  
stuff' post to the list at some point - e.g. does Magnus want to  
continue hosting online docs at:

http://stuff.judofyr.net/camping-docs/camping-1.9.335/rdoc/

or could they be elsewhere? And which of the many, many finds out  
there when you search e.g. 'Camping Ruby' are 1.9/2.0 relevant? Etc.  
Ummm [thinks]... rubycamping.com, campingruby.com,  
campingframework.com or (my favourite) camping3k.com/org/net are all  
available...

Dave Everitt
in-seok hwang | 16 Sep 11:44 2009
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This is what encoding? &#00000 pattern..

Hi all,

My Environment is..
camping 1.5.180
sqlite3 1.2.4

I tried just print about 'post title' record

post title's data is not double-byte character set.

so, i will show you my some html source.

<li><a href="/board/obnotice/1">Ob notice</a></li><li><a href="/board/old/1">
Ob board</a></li></ul><h1>Service</h1><ul class="sidemenu"><li><a href="/upload">
Up&amp;Download</a></li><li><a href="/gallery">Image gallery</a></li><li><a href="/newspage">
Broad Cast</a></li><li><a href="/Funny">Funny</a></li><li><a href="/auth">authentication</a>
</li></ul></div><div id="main"><table class="line"><tr><td/></tr></table><table class="list">
<tr><td width="5%">&#48264;&#54840;</td><td width="45%">&#51228;&#47785;</td><td width="10%">
&#51060;&#47492;</td><td width="30%">&#44544;&#50420;&#49884;&#44036;</td><td width="10%">
&#51312;&#54924;&#49688;</td></tr><tr><td>&#44277;&#51648;</td><td><a href="/ybnotice/view/3">
&#54856;&#54168;&#51060;&#51648; &#50629;&#45936;&#51060;&#53944; &#45236;&#50669; [53]</a>
</td><td>&#51064;&#49437;</td><td>2009&#45380;7&#50900;5&#51068;18&#49884;21&#48516;</td><td>539
</td></tr><tr><td>77</td><td><a href="/young/view/77">09.09.14 &#47017;&#49892; &#54924;&#51032;
 &#45236;&#50857; [8]</a></td>
sbcs is pretty good.
But, mbcs has patten. like this &#00000

The above mbcs is korea language.

please tell me about above patten.

The pattern is written on what encoding?



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Magnus Holm | 16 Sep 17:53 2009
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Re: This is what encoding? &#00000 pattern..

In HTML &#xxxxx; is an escaped character, and uses the Unicode number.

If you go to http://unicodelookup.com/ you can for example search for
50420 you can see which character it is.

//Magnus Holm

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 11:44, in-seok hwang <his2000x <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> My Environment is..
> camping 1.5.180
> sqlite3 1.2.4
>
> I tried just print about 'post title' record
>
> post title's data is not double-byte character set.
>
> so, i will show you my some html source.
>
>> <li><a href="/board/obnotice/1">Ob notice</a></li><li><a
>> href="/board/old/1">
>>
>> Ob board</a></li></ul><h1>Service</h1><ul class="sidemenu"><li><a
>> href="/upload">
>>
>> Up&amp;Download</a></li><li><a href="/gallery">Image
>> gallery</a></li><li><a href="/newspage">
>>
>> Broad Cast</a></li><li><a href="/Funny">Funny</a></li><li><a
>> href="/auth">authentication</a>
>>
>> </li></ul></div><div id="main"><table
>> class="line"><tr><td/></tr></table><table class="list">
>>
>> <tr><td width="5%">&#48264;&#54840;</td><td
>> width="45%">&#51228;&#47785;</td><td width="10%">
>>
>> &#51060;&#47492;</td><td
>> width="30%">&#44544;&#50420;&#49884;&#44036;</td><td width="10%">
>>
>> &#51312;&#54924;&#49688;</td></tr><tr><td>&#44277;&#51648;</td><td><a
>> href="/ybnotice/view/3">
>>
>> &#54856;&#54168;&#51060;&#51648; &#50629;&#45936;&#51060;&#53944;
>> &#45236;&#50669; [53]</a>
>>
>>
>> </td><td>&#51064;&#49437;</td><td>2009&#45380;7&#50900;5&#51068;18&#49884;21&#48516;</td><td>539
>>
>> </td></tr><tr><td>77</td><td><a href="/young/view/77">09.09.14
>> &#47017;&#49892; &#54924;&#51032;
>>
>>  &#45236;&#50857; [8]</a></td>
>
> sbcs is pretty good.
> But, mbcs has patten. like this &#00000
>
> The above mbcs is korea language.
>
> please tell me about above patten.
>
> The pattern is written on what encoding?
>
>
>
>
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> Camping-list <at> rubyforge.org
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Jonathan Hickford | 30 Sep 00:52 2009
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Re: free Camping cloud hosting??

Hi all,

I've been lurking about for a while, but thought it's time I added something!

I had a go with Heroku (which I'm pretty impressed with - thanks
Dave).  As a bit of a play with it I made the guide below on how to
use camping 2.0 on it.  Let me know if you think it's handy (one for
the wiki perhaps) and I can update when 2.0 is released.

http://radiant-sunset-95.heroku.com/how-to-run-camping-2-apps-on-heroku

Jon

On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 9:23 AM, Dave Everitt <deveritt@...> wrote:
> I found this the other day - Heroku offer a free Git-driven hosting package
> for Ruby apps.
>
> The info on Camping is here:
>
> http://docs.heroku.com/rack#camping
>
> Encouraging that (apart from Rails) it only mentions Sinatra, Merb, Ramaze
> AND Camping... BTW there is a statement that "Camping 2.0 does not require
> the Rack adapter"...
>
> Dave Everitt
>
> _______________________________________________
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> Camping-list@...
> http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list
>
Dave Everitt | 30 Sep 11:24 2009
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Re: free Camping cloud hosting??

Hi Jon

just the kind of tutorial that's needed!

Presume this blog is the result (good to show it off, too):
http://radiant-sunset-95.heroku.com/
?

Once I'm rid of some annoying paid work I'll give it a try with my  
own adapted blog.

If anyone comes across any out of date Camping guides, suggest adding/ 
sending the link to the outdated article.

Dave

> Hi all,
>
> I've been lurking about for a while, but thought it's time I added  
> something!
>
> I had a go with Heroku (which I'm pretty impressed with - thanks
> Dave).  As a bit of a play with it I made the guide below on how to
> use camping 2.0 on it.  Let me know if you think it's handy (one for
> the wiki perhaps) and I can update when 2.0 is released.
>
> http://radiant-sunset-95.heroku.com/how-to-run-camping-2-apps-on- 
> heroku
>
> Jon
>
> On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 9:23 AM, Dave Everitt  
> <deveritt@...> wrote:
>> I found this the other day - Heroku offer a free Git-driven  
>> hosting package
>> for Ruby apps.
>>
>> The info on Camping is here:
>>
>> http://docs.heroku.com/rack#camping
>>
>> Encouraging that (apart from Rails) it only mentions Sinatra,  
>> Merb, Ramaze
>> AND Camping... BTW there is a statement that "Camping 2.0 does not  
>> require
>> the Rack adapter"...
>>
>> Dave Everitt

Gmane