What version of Ruby does/will Rails 3 require?

What version of Ruby does or will Rails 3 require?

What version of Ruby does or will Rails 3 require?

Matt, Rails 3 requires Ruby 1.8.7 at the absolute minimum but works best with Ruby 1.9.2.

Good luck,

-Conrad

I don’t think Ruby 1.9 is ready for production. Neither do @wycats http://twitter.com/wycats/status/13314233693

And, I guess, making a project on Rails 3 is risky too. Too many bugs for now

Vladimir Rybas wrote:

I don't think Ruby 1.9 is ready for production. Neither do @wycats
http://twitter.com/wycats/status/13314233693

That tweet refers to 1.9.1, and implies that 1.9.2 is ready for
production.

I'd like to know what Yehuda meant, though. Lots of people have been
using 1.9.1 for quite a while.

And, I guess, making a project on Rails 3 is risky too. Too many bugs
for
now

Yeah. It *is* prerelease software.

Best,

Vladimir Rybas wrote:

I don’t think Ruby 1.9 is ready for production. Neither do @wycats

http://twitter.com/wycats/status/13314233693

That tweet refers to 1.9.1, and implies that 1.9.2 is ready for

production.

I’d like to know what Yehuda meant, though. Lots of people have been

using 1.9.1 for quite a while.

Marnen, I have also been using 1.9.1 for over a year and the Rails core

team recommends Ruby 1.9.2. Thus, I have recently started using Ruby

1.9.2 with Rails 2.3.5 on a new project for the last 2 months. I must say

that things look very very good. Also, this will make it much easier to

migrate to Rails 3.0 when it’s ready and gem dependencies are met for the

application.

-Conrad

Conrad Taylor wrote:

Marnen, I have also been using 1.9.1 for over a year and the Rails core
team recommends Ruby 1.9.2. Thus, I have recently started using Ruby
1.9.2 with Rails 2.3.5 on a new project for the last 2 months. I must
say
that things look very very good. Also, this will make it much easier to
migrate to Rails 3.0 when it's ready and gem dependencies are met for
the
application.

Good to know! I'm still using 1.8, but the time to switch seems to be
very close indeed.

-Conrad

Best,

I don’t think Ruby 1.9 is ready for production. Neither do @wycats http://twitter.com/wycats/status/13314233693

Vladimir, here’s the current schedule for Ruby 1.9.2 and this looks very promising:

http://www.infoq.com/news/2010/03/ruby-192-schedule

-Conrad