Hello everyone! This is Roque bringing the latest news from the Rails community.
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This week 33 people contributed to Rails. We also got 4 first time contributors. Welcome aboard folks and keep it going!
5.0.x version of the adapter is only for the latest
5.0 version of Rails. If you need the adapter for an older version of Rails, just install the latest version of the adapter that matches your Rails version (
New projects will now be generated with a Git repo by default. Please use the option
--skip-git if you choose to skip it.
Adds foreign key support for SQLite
3.6.19 (or greater) in create statements.
Thanks to some good profiling,
ActiveSupport::NumericWithFormat#to_s should behave better and not allocate too many objects. 🔎
Without channel prefix in Redis, apps using the same Redis server could have their communication compromised. You can now set the option
channel_prefix in your
cable.yml file. Please check the PR for details.
The following commands are now working in engines:
New database migrations will be generated at the path set by
config.paths["db/migrate"] if the option is defined.
The method would throw a runtime error when called for a frozen module.
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!