No longer a Rails patch virgin…

I have submitted my first Rails patch. It allows you to specify a :separator string option when using the pagination_links and pagination_links_each helpers.

The ticket can be viewed “here”:http://dev.rubyonrails.org/ticket/4601

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Jamie

Hi, I am the Managing Director of SonicIQ Limited in the UK. I have been working in the web development industry since 1999 and have been running SonicIQ since 2001. Currently Ruby On Rails is my preferred development platform. I am experienced in designing with web standards, HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript.

5 thoughts on “No longer a Rails patch virgin…”

  1. Just to say that your skin is perfect and that I will use it when I have typo installed !

  2. I have submitted my first Rails patch. It allows you to specify a :separator string option when using the pagination_links and pagination_links_each helpers.

    thanks for advice.

    keep up the good work. Greetings

  3. Just wanted to tell you that there are some bugs in this site – it looks quite different (i’m sorry, I didn’t want to use “messed up” but…nothing is on its place) when viewed with IE7. I don’t know about other versions. It looks just fine with Firefox though. You might want to take a look at the code…

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