v0.9, The UI Update
I have released The UI Update.
After releasing it, I have encountered several issues, and some of which have already been fixed.
Fixes and improvements…
- Sometimes, Cyca was unable to find an unread feed item to select after marking one as read because it tried to select it before the new list was actually loaded
- Text color of a hovered unread feed item was incorrect
- Added missing
gflag to highlight expressions regex
- The unread items folder icon’s color was not updated with unread feed items count
- The link to the microblog was wrong
- Folder creation, suppression and moving had a bug preventing the folders list to refresh
Other things needed improvement:
- Adjusted sensitivity so loading next batch of elements in an infinite-loading list happens sooner when scrolling
- Clicking on a group now selects the Unread feed items folder in that group
…and broken stuff
However, due to the fact that I have removed
laravel/horizon from Cyca’s dependencies,
and moreover, to the fact that I forgot I did 😓, Cyca’s Docker image is broken.
The queues service tries to run
php artisan horizon but can’t find
This is why I have removed GitHub repository that hosted the
docker-compose.yaml file and examples, because I’m not sure I will keep it
in future updates. I am going to explore other possibilities.
I haven’t tested a workaround for now, but the idea is that instead of horizon,
a docker service would run supervisor and directly call
php artisan queue:work as many times as the number of processes you want to run. I have
to revise my container testing process to do this, which is why I have to work a
little on my home network for a few days.
Once my home network satisfies me, meaning when I added computers/VMs/whatever than can help me properly debug and test Cyca’s Docker image, I will find a solution to run queues without the need of redis, upgrade Cyca’s documentation, and when I’m sure everything works as expected, I will launch the v1.0, aka Cyca Revoluta. I wish I can do this by the end of next week, but it could be later.
Thanks for your patience…