rails 1.2 released!

http://dev.rubyonrails.org/changeset/5982

right? :slight_smile:

Count me among those who will download 1.2 when it's on the main
webpage :slight_smile:

Mm, I won't install it until I can go "gem update rails" and get 1.2.

There is a blocker open right now against some of the DB adapters that
break 1.2. Its a small syntax error, but just be fore-warned: don't
upgrade until its really "official".

- rob

I did gem update rails this morning

and surprise, surprise, I got 1.2 :):):slight_smile:

Andrew

Rob Sanheim wrote:

There is a blocker open right now against some of the DB adapters that
break 1.2. Its a small syntax error, but just be fore-warned: don't
upgrade until its really "official".

What rob said. I just pushed the fix to the ActiveRecord gem. Making
the release official now :wink:

-- david

Assuming propagation delays vs. our own impatience, how do we know we have the fixed version? ActiveRecord 1.1.5?

-faisal

If you're using one of the affected database adapters your app will
throw an exception at you right from the start. If it seems to work it
does work. Or something to that effect.

Michael

Is there a way to clean up the warning when using a new project running against the gem?

./script/../config/boot.rb:29:Warning: require_gem is obsolete. Use gem instead.

I've been running against a frozen version in vendor/rails for so long that I was surprised by this warning. Sure I can do the s/require_gem/gem/ on that line, but I have to shield my eyes from the admonition on the first line "# Don't change this file."

Is there a better way?

-Rob

Rob Biedenharn http://agileconsultingllc.com
Rob@AgileConsultingLLC.com
Skype: rob.biedenharn

Hi, I changed the two lines in boot.rb but I feel kinda bad, are there
any options?

Hi, I changed the two lines in boot.rb but I feel kinda bad, are there
any options?

Don't feel bad. Perfectly legit. We'll be jumping ship from require_gem
to gem in the next release anyway. Consider yourself ahead of the curve.