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What's New in Edge Rails #27

Week of June 25 -July 1, 2012

Another 4.0 article for more in-depth reading than my notes here: Rails 4.0 Sneak Peek: Asynchronous Action Mailer.

  • dc7fd821 is the commit that brings asynchronous Action Mailer via the Rails queue to the code. It's followed by some code cleanup and then documentation in 6a859152.
  • The doc change in 24a4cc74 serves as a reminder that Rails 4.0 will require Ruby 1.9.3 or higher.
  • 94b230e1 adds a polymorphic option to the model generator: rails g model Product supplier:references{polymorphic}.
  • 5e7d6bba reverts an earlier commit, removing support for loading multiple external route files as part of config.rb. That's why it's called edge, folks.

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