Posts Tagged: progress

Screenshot Tour of New TOSBack Features

TOSBack has seen several updates lately, and I want to present a glimpse of what has been changing! But instead of having you set it all up, here are some screenshots from my local environment! Sessions TOSBack has some basic authentication and authorization now. In the header is a link to sign in: Trying to… Read more »

Version Callbacks for ToSBack Policies

Our ToSBack policies now have some automatic versioning when the “detail” attribute is changed! Here’s an example policy in my development environment. Its current version is stored as an attribute in the policy model (detail), but it’s also represented in the versions model: 1.9.3-p327 :001 > pol = Policy.first 1.9.3-p327 :009 > pol.detail => "… Read more »

Passing Arguments to TOSBack

Over time, I’ve added some features to TOSBack that you access by passing arguments to the script. The quickest way to test out new rules/XPath info is to run the script like this: rubycode$ ruby tosback.rb ../rules/ Instead of writing the policy to file, it will just print it on the screen for verification. If… Read more »

Refactoring TOSBack

When it came time to add a new feature to TOSBack, I realized that it was going to be a lot more difficult than it should be. My script was a messy group of methods passing data all around instead of an OOP app with a DRY structure. I refactored everything into a few nice… Read more »