This time we are proud to announce Version 0.1.4 of the Ramaze framework, alight and modular open source web framework.
Since the last release hundreds of lines of documentation and specs have beenwritten. Ramaze was ported to JRuby and received lots of special love regardingbugfixes and polishing the overall API.
An extensive set of specs is covering almost every detail of the implementationand usage. It is developed by several people and already in production-use atsome companies.
Special (alphabetic) thanks go to:
Aman 'tmm1' Gupta         - specs, Sass supportFabian Buch               - porting to JRubyGabriele 'riffraff' Renzi - specs, documentation, cleanupJonathan 'Kashia' Buch    - documentationRiku Räisänen             - extensive testing

Home page: http://ramaze.rubyforge.orgIRC: #ramaze on irc.freenode.net

Short summary of changes from 0.1.3 to 0.1.4:
  - Even better error handling.
  - Many bugs fixed.
  - Support for Sass CSS templates.
  - Layouts for actions.
  - Close to 100% documented methods/classes/methods.
  - Primitive filebased action-cache.
  - Runs on JRuby.
  - Easier integration of ramazes spec-helpers for your own applications.
  - Dirlisting functionality.

A complete Changelog is available at http://manveru.net/ramaze/doc/CHANGELOG

Known issues:
  - none yet, waiting for your reports :)

Features:  - Builds on top of the Rack library, which provides easy use of adapters like    Mongrel, WEBrick, CGI or FCGI.
  - Supports a wide range of templating-engines like:      Amrita2, Erubis, Haml, Liquid, Markaby, Remarkably and its own engine      called Ezamar.
  - Highly modular structure, you can just use the parts you like. This also      means that it's very simple to add your own customizations.
  - A variety of helpers is already available, giving you things like advanced      caching, OpenID-authentication or aspect-oriented programming for your      controllers.
  - It is possible to use the ORM you like, be it ActiveRecord, Og, Kansas or      something more simplistic like a wrapper around YAML::Store.
  - Good documentation: although we don't have 100% (dcov says around 75%)      documentation right now, just about every part of Ramaze is covered with      basic and advanced docs.      There are a variety of examples and a tutorial available.
  - Friendly community: lastly, but still quite important, there are people from      all over the world using Ramaze, so you can get almost instant help and      info.
For more information please come to http://ramaze.rubyforge.org or ask directlyon IRC (irc://irc.freenode.net/#ramaze)
Thank you,Michael 'manveru' Fellinger and the Ramaze community