Hello everyone! This is Greg bringing latest news from the Rails community.
22 great people helped this week to move the Rails framework forward! If you want to join these folks, have a look at the issues list.
Rails 5 RC2 has been released with a lot of bug fixes and polishing. We are one step closer to the final release!
The /rails/info routes were inaccessible in apps with a catch-all route, as they were being appended after the globbing route and would never be matched.
The db:structure:load task silently failed if there was any SQL error, but with this commit, now it will report the error.
To avoid unnecessary diffs in the db structure dump, the –skip-comments flag is passed to the mysqldump command from now on.
The datetime_tag helper now generates an input tag with the type of datetime-local.
That’s it from This Week in Rails! There were many other great contributions, too numerous to list here, but feel free to check them out!
Until next week!