We’ve released Ruby on Rails 2.3.9 (gem and git tag) to extend the 2.3.8 bridge a few steps closer to Rails 3 and Ruby 1.9. If your app runs on Rails 2.3.9 without deprecation warnings, you’re looking good for an upgrade to Rails 3.
- Changes i18n named-interpolation syntax from the deprecated
Hello to the 1.9-native
Object#tap which is native to Ruby 1.8.7.
Array#sample which is native to Ruby 1.9.
.load_once_paths to the more accurate
Along with these deprecations come a broad array of bugfixes and minor tweaks. Read the commit log for the full story.
Onward to 3.1!