Eject Volume v0.3 is out. As always, you can download it here. Besides the slight redesign, it offers three new features, namely the volume icons, support for network volumes and an “Eject All” button. It’s a major rewrite of the original code, which makes it more modular and faster. The handling of the volumes is now done via a Cocoa widget-plugin that improves speed and makes listing and ejecting of volumes more stable. Have fun with it!
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Today I’ve released my rating_for plugin for Rails. It allows to add multiple rating categories to one ActiveRecord model. For example if you’re building a hotel review website, the rating_for plugin can save you some work:
four_seasons = Hotel.find_by_name("Four Seasons")
rating = Rating.new(:value => 7)
marriott = Hotel.find_by_name('Marriott')
marriott.rating_for_room_service << rating
hotels = Hotel.find_where_quality_has_average_rating_of(10)
By the way: Since we’re currently on the edge between Rails 2.3 and 3.0, I’m happy to announce that the rating_for plugin is compatible with both versions.
Any kind of feedback is welcome and if you’ve got questions, just ask!
Today, I’ve released version 0.2 of my Eject Volume dashboard widget for Mac OS X. It’s a bugfix release that fixes some bugs, which I encountered lately. Since its release in February 2009, the version 0.1 of Eject Volume has been downloaded over 10.000 times and was recently even blogged about as useful utility on some other sites. Not bad for two hours of work .
I’ve written my first MacOS X Dashboard widget today. It’s called Eject Volume and provides a handy way to eject volumes which are mounted on your system. More information about the widget and a download option is provided here.