Set config. When using Ruby 2. Now, if you set a column equal to a String , Active Record will no longer turn that string into a Hash , and will instead only return the string. It is recommended that you do not set columns equal to a String , but pass a Hash instead, which will be converted to and from a JSON string automatically.
Once it's been installed, you can simply drop a reference to the console helper i. A console will also be provided on any error page you view in your development environment. In the next version, these errors will no longer be suppressed. Instead, the errors will propagate normally just like in other Active Record callbacks. See and for more details. In anticipation of this change, Rails 4. This allows you to either lock down the current behavior by setting the option to :sorted , or opt into the future behavior by setting the option to :random.
If you do not specify a value for this option, a deprecation warning will be emitted. To avoid this, add the following line to your test environment:. When using a custom coder e. In Rails 5, the default log level for the production environment will be changed to :debug from :info.
To preserve the current default, add the following line to your production. If you have a Rails template that adds all the files in version control, it fails to add the generated binstubs because it gets executed before Bundler:. It will be run after the binstubs have been generated. There's a new choice for sanitizing HTML fragments in your applications. This new sanitizer uses Loofah internally.
Loofah in turn uses Nokogiri, which wraps XML parsers written in both C and Java, so sanitization should be faster no matter which Ruby version you run. The new version updates sanitize , so it can take a Loofah::Scrubber for powerful scrubbing. See some examples of scrubbers here. Two new scrubbers have also been added: PermitScrubber and TargetScrubber. Read the gem's readme for more information. The documentation for PermitScrubber and TargetScrubber explains how you can gain complete control over when and how elements should be stripped.
Thus, tokens are validated by unmasking and then decrypting. As a result, any strategies for verifying requests from non-rails forms that relied on a static session CSRF token have to take this into account. Previously, calling a mailer method on a mailer class will result in the corresponding instance method being executed directly.
This should not result in any noticeable differences for most applications. However, if you need some non-mailer methods to be executed synchronously, and you were previously relying on the synchronous proxying behavior, you should define them as class methods on the mailer class directly:. The migration DSL has been expanded to support foreign key definitions. If you've been using the Foreigner gem, you might want to consider removing it. Note that the foreign key support of Rails is a subset of Foreigner.
This means that not every Foreigner definition can be fully replaced by its Rails migration DSL counterpart. User defined rake tasks will run in the development environment by default. If you want to use the new secrets. Create a secrets. Use rake secret to generate new keys for the development and test sections. If your test helper contains a call to ActiveRecord::Migration.
Applications created before Rails 4. If you want to use the new JSON -based format in your application, you can add an initializer file with the following content:. This would transparently migrate your existing Marshal -serialized cookies into the new JSON -based format. When using the :json or :hybrid serializer, you should beware that not all Ruby objects can be serialized as JSON. For example, Date and Time objects will be serialized as strings, and Hash es will have their keys stringified.
It's advisable that you only store simple data strings and numbers in cookies. If you have to store complex objects, you would need to handle the conversion manually when reading the values on subsequent requests. If you use the cookie session store, this would apply to the session and flash hash as well. Flash message keys are normalized to strings. They can still be accessed using either symbols or strings. Looping through the flash will always yield string keys:.
Do not simply replace MultiJson. Using JSON. Rails 4. For most applications, this should be a transparent change. However, as part of the rewrite, the following features have been removed from the encoder:. If you need to keep old behavior with no millisecond precision, set the following in an initializer:. This behavior was never intentionally supported.
Due to a change in the internals of ActiveSupport::Callbacks , this is no longer allowed in Rails 4. Using a return statement in an inline callback block causes a LocalJumpError to be raised when the callback is executed. Inline callback blocks using return can be refactored to evaluate to the returned value:. Alternatively, if return is preferred it is recommended to explicitly define a method:. This change applies to most places in Rails where callbacks are used, including Active Record and Active Model callbacks, as well as filters in Action Controller e.
Helper methods that are used in multiple fixtures should be defined on modules included in the newly introduced ActiveRecord::FixtureSet. To disable it and allow I18n to accept any locale option add the following configuration to your application:. Note that this option was added as a security measure, to ensure user input cannot be used as locale information unless it is previously known. Therefore, it's recommended not to disable this option unless you have a strong reason for doing so.
Relation no longer has mutator methods like map! It intends to prevent odd bugs and confusion in code that call mutator methods directly on the Relation. Now it is merged like any other scope. Those options are now the preferred way to render string-based content, as it allows you to specify which content type you want the response sent as.
From the security standpoint, if you don't expect to have any markup in your response body, you should be using render :plain as most browsers will escape unsafe content in the response for you. We will be deprecating the use of render :text in a future version. So please start using the more precise :plain , :html , and :body options instead.
In earlier versions, a HashWithIndifferentAccess was used. This means that symbol access is no longer supported. Make sure to use string keys consistently. This change stems from ActiveSupport::Callbacks being largely rewritten for the 4. If your application is currently on any version of Rails older than 3. The update action is still used, and PUT requests will continue to be routed to the update action as well. So, if you're using only the standard RESTful routes, no changes need to be made:.
If the action is not being used in a public API and you are free to change the HTTP method, you can update your route to use patch instead of put :. Aaron Patterson's hana is one such gem, but doesn't have full support for the last few changes in the specification. You'd need to remove that line from your Gemfile when upgrading. You must replace any plugins by extracting them to gems and adding them to your Gemfile.
If you have manually enabled it in your application, you will have to remove the following config that has no effect anymore: config. The delete method in collection associations can now receive Integer or String arguments as record ids, besides records, pretty much like the destroy method does. From Rails 4. If you have migrations which rename the indexes, they are no longer needed. You shouldn't use instance methods since it's now deprecated. You should change them to use class methods, e.
You can use the Protected Attributes gem for a smooth upgrade path. This means that methods which previously accepted "finder options" no longer do. For example, Book. Here's how you can handle the changes:. Note that where If you require an Array , use where Note that the prefix takes scopes into account as well, so relations between Catalog::Category and Catalog::Product or Catalog::Category and CatalogProduct need to be updated similarly.
If you still need the feature you can add the Active Resource gem in your Gemfile. Existing signed cookies generated with Rails 3. Rails 3. Signed cookies are "secure" in that they are verified to have been generated by your app and are tamper-proof.
Please read Pull Request for details on the move to encrypted session cookies. Use the assets pipeline feature. Use ActionController::Base. To get the "no layout" behavior, return false instead of nil. To upgrade, simply add gem 'dalli' to your Gemfile.
You will need to include the ActionView::RecordIdentifier module in controllers requiring this feature. You should instead rely on a data attribute e. This can be triggered by explicitly defined named routes or by the resources method. In the first case, you can simply avoid using the same name for multiple routes. In the second, you can use the only or except options provided by the resources method to restrict the routes created as detailed in the Routing Guide.
Now you can draw unicode character routes directly. If you already draw such routes, you must change them, for example:. Remember you must also remove any references to the middleware from your application code, for example:. Also check your environment settings for config. The defaults are as follows:.
By default, the exception is handled by responding with Not Acceptable, but you can override that now. In Rails 3, Not Acceptable was always returned. No overrides. You will want to rescue this exception instead of the low-level MultiJson::DecodeError , for example. The caching method changed between Rails 3.
You should change the cache namespace and roll out with a cold cache. The order in which helpers from more than one directory are loaded has changed in Rails 4. Previously, they were gathered and then sorted alphabetically. After upgrading to Rails 4.
If you rely on the ordering, you should check if correct methods are available after upgrade. If you would like to change the order in which engines are loaded, you can use config. You will need to add the rails-observers gem if you require these features.
The config. The following changes are meant for upgrading your application to the latest 3. There are a couple of new configuration settings that you should add to your development environment:. While it's not strictly necessary as part of a Rails 3. The following changes are meant for upgrading your application to Rails 3.
Again, most of the changes below are for the asset pipeline. You can read more about these in the Asset Pipeline guide. Add this file with the following contents, if you wish to wrap parameters into a nested hash. This is on by default in new applications. Please contribute if you see any typos or factual errors. To get started, you can read our documentation contributions section.
You may also find incomplete content or stuff that is not up to date. Please do add any missing documentation for main. Make sure to check Edge Guides first to verify if the issues are already fixed or not on the main branch. Check the Ruby on Rails Guides Guidelines for style and conventions. If for whatever reason you spot something to fix but cannot patch it yourself, please open an issue. And last but not least, any kind of discussion regarding Ruby on Rails documentation is very welcome on the rubyonrails-docs mailing list.
All rights reserved. More at rubyonrails. Policies Maintenance Policy. Upgrading Ruby on Rails This guide provides steps to be followed when you upgrade your applications to a newer version of Ruby on Rails. The process should go as follows: Write tests and make sure they pass. Move to the latest patch version after your current version.
Fix tests and deprecated features. Move to the latest patch version of the next minor version. Rails 5 requires Ruby 2. Rails 4 prefers Ruby 2. Rails 3 and above require Ruby 1. Support for all of the previous Ruby versions has been dropped officially. You should upgrade as early as possible. All is good! Autoloading in this class' body matches Ruby semantics now.
ActiveSupport :: Dependencies. Instead of this Author. For each different deprecation warning that we find, we create one story in our backlog software at OmbuLabs we use Pivotal Tracker as we explained here to help us with that. This will make things easier to code review and to test in QA. After creating all the stories for the deprecation warnings, it is time to address them one by one. Deprecation warnings are usually pretty straightforward, the messages are clear about what needs to change.
They are also backwards compatible which means that you can fix them and merge directly to the current version of Rails. Good examples are the deprecation warnings caused by the changes in ActiveRecord::Dirty in the Rails 5. We wrote this article awhile ago showing how to address them. Ideally, you will have a test suite that exercises the code that you are changing. That is when it can become a tedious process. To help us switch between the current Rails version and the new one, we usually create a dual boot mechanism.
Please, visit this article where we showed how you can install and setup the gem in your local environment and your CI server. There are some caveats with the dual boot though. If your test suite takes three hours to run, for example, it will double your test suite run time to 6 hours.
So then it is not a great idea to run both versions every time. In those cases, we usually run a nightly build with both versions master and rails-next-version branches. After shipping all deprecation warnings fixes to the master branch and setting up the dual boot, it's time for us to work on the project dependencies.
Sometimes dependencies are backwards compatible with the current version of Rails. Within the libraries, you will find code that looks like this:. If that is the case, then you might be able to just upgrade the dependency using bundle update. And all it does is to use a symlink called Gemfile. You can learn more about that in this other article that we recently released about Unmaintained Open Source Projects. After adjusting all the dependencies in the application for both Rails versions, we create the rails-next-version branch with all the dual boot code and open a PR that will target to master.
The idea is that from now on, every PR that we create and we can't merge to master directly, will target to this rails-next-version branch. As you can imagine, this big PR won't be merged until all necessary changes to the upgrade are done. This helps us deliver small testable changes during the upgrade and keep a stable branch that we can use as base.
For every story that we're working on, we create a new pull request. If the change is not backwards compatible the PR will target to the rails-next-version branch, if it is, it will target to the master branch. At this point if we run the test suite using the Rails 5.
It's time to address them and open a pull request for each one or for each file or feature, depending of the complexity of the changes.
We are currently looking to update our steps. It is the first thing people see when they walk in the door. I would like to something similar to what you did. Except I am keeping the spindles I am curious about the treads.
Did you refinish them? I am trying to keep my costs down because we are at the end of our remodel…. Looks beautiful! Hello Julia! I wanted to paint our all oak stairs black and this post won my husband over! Did you post an update on that? Also I just loooove the latest post on your exterior.
Take care. I mean, I can see a door in the distance I guess, but otherwise the black looks terribly out of place. White, while pedestrian, would have looked significantly more in step with the overall decor. Can you share where you were able to find the railings? Thanks in advance,. Hello Julia, I absolutely love these stairs. We are buying a new house and instead of the builders installing basic spindles I would love to install the same spindles you installed.
I simply love the look of the balusters!!! Would you mind sharing the person who provided you these spindles? Congratulations on this beautiful project and thank you for sharing your amazing house. Hi Julia! I love how this turned out! I am looking for the same size balusters but they are cost prohibitive to have custom made — at least where I live.
Can you share the local woodworker that made yours? Maybe they would be interested in selling to your faithful followers! I absolutely love your staircase remodel. I love this transformation. Did you happen to have it matched from another brand. This is another amazing project! The thickness?
Thank you so much! Did the person who did this work for you custom make these spindles? Thank you! One more question. You said you were able to give the balusters away to someone who wanted them. Did you mean the spindles?! I keep staring at the balusters trying to figure out if they are different, but the black paint is the only change I see! Still learning the actual terms for every part of a staircase, btw. The update to the stairs looks flawless, Julia. You never cease to amaze!
Do you happen to know the color number for Top Hat Black? Hi, I posted this question when this blog post came out but it disappeared. Did you do all new treads? Are they just your flooring or another wood you stained to match the floor?
Was that an expensive part of the process? I love this so much and hope to do something similar in our new home. Do you have a number or additional information? Just wondering if you could double check on this color. Are you sure its a SW color?? It looks very beautiful, and most importantly, it is done simply and almost inexpensively. I am going to do just that. And then the window was put in order, and the gazebo in the courtyard is furnished beautiful so that you can cook kebabs from your yard and sit, breathing fresh air.
Like never before. Thanks for the info, write more! Absolutely beautiful! Could you tell me what you did with the treads? Were they changed or did you use the old ones? If the latter , could you tell me what finish was used? Were they white washed??? I absolutely love this transformation.
It makes such a huge impact to the feel of the house. I love your style and following along with the progress. Keep it up! This looks amazing! I wish it was a DIY! Very tastefully done! What type of wood are the treads and are they as thick as they look or capped not sure this is the right term, ha!
Can you provide a link for the rug in your entryway? I have been looking for one just like that. Thank you!! Beautiful stairs … I wanted to know what was done to the tread of the stairs? Or did you replace them? If the former, could you please tell me what type of wood they are and what finished was used?
Just beautiful! I am so in love with the way this looks. I have a technical question: When the spindles were installed into the treads do you know how they were attached? Just glue? Glue and screws? I love your design so much! Enjoy so many of your projects! Yours stairs look amazing! These look fantastic!
I had a similar though not as lovely railing and painted it black too. Of course, your flooring is so lovely and the stairs themselves are too so it helps with the streamlined look of the black. Will you guys be getting a runner? Okay, maybe a super un related question and maybe you have addressed this somewhere, but your entry rug is kinda perfect. Love all you do!! Hi there! How did you remove the old iron spindles? I would also like to know the best way to remove the old iron spindles.
Mine are epoxied also. The black tapered spindles are probably my favorite detail in a whole house full of beautiful details. So beautiful!! Such an amazing transformation! I would love to DIY re-paint our stairway railing too! Thanks for sharing the paint that was used?
Did they strip and then prime before painting? Do you have product recommendations for that? Thanks so much!! Just used a really great oil-based primer and then the paint I mentioned. I love to see things reused in a remodel. Thank you for doing that and mentioning it. I have a similar design here, actually identical. How did you tackle the wood trim? Is it painted? And did you install all light floors or did you sand wood and go light? How much did that cost for the stairs? And what is that flooring?
I like it. I currently have white porcelaine 12 x 12 tiles and I have want to pull them out but I know I need to redo all my wood as well so it will cost a fortune. Did you use alabaster for the risers as well? If so same sheen as walls? Also thinking of doing paneling in entryway to give it more depth and texture. Sort of related but I was wondering if you could do a post or a video on how you come to decisions on what to do, what you like and how to stick to your decision.
I feel there is some sort of aha moment that happens but probably not. Hope that makes sense. This is probably not the right post but can you tell me if your leather chairs in the living room are comfortable? Would they be a good reading chair or is it too loungey? Even though I love them so much, I MIGHT move them down to the family room undecided right now because they are kind of difficult for our parents to get out of but there is always someone sitting in them, too!
A modern twist on a classic, love it so much! Do you think that color black would work on a door? Not ready to take the plunge on our own railings quite yet, but want to paint our front door black! I love that you are OK with friendly, good-faith grammar feedback. Shows how humble and good natured you are : Can I add another?
You are truly talented! Love the new look. How much for the new stringer and install? Trying to make decisions before we refinish the whole house of original hardwood to match new reno hardwood. If you are an advanced DIYer though, I bet you could tackle it. They actually used a chalk line first so that we could visualize the angle and height of it and then cut the stairs out from it. I believe they installed it before the new treads though. I have a weird fantasy that when you swap the doors — you find an arch door for the office —.
Like, no trim? Blending it into the wall. Nath and Julia, I absolutely love this idea! Camouflaging the closet door would make the two arches the main focus of the entry, framed by that lovely staircase. As for the remaining doors, my vote would be to extend that beautiful black from the other living areas to impart an elegant, upscale look to the hallways perhaps in a mat finish.
Also second the idea to install arched french doors for the office! Camouflaging the closet door would allow the eye to focus on the archways, framed by that lovely staircase. I also second the idea to hang arched french doors into the office. I am new to Ruby and Rails, as well as all this command line melarky. So please bear with me. So in order to upgrade to Rails 4, you need to change the Rails version number in your Gemfile and run bundle update rails.
This Railscast guides you through all the steps of manually updating an existing application from Rails 3. Best to use gem list --remote --all. Unless your looking for that particular version as long as the gemset for that project has been established.
Stack Overflow for Teams — Collaborate and share knowledge with a private group. Create a free Team What is Teams? Learn more. How do I upgrade Rails? Ask Question. Asked 7 years, 3 months ago. Active 1 year, 10 months ago. Viewed 41k times. I think I have all of this going now, but when I type: rails --version I get, 3.
I notice that Rails 4 is out. How do I upgrade to this version? If I do: gem install rails Even doing: gem update rails I still get 3. Any ideas? This could take a while Check the mkmf. You may need configuration options. RuntimeError You have to install development tools first. Any further ideas? Thanks again everyone! Michael Giovanni Pumo. Add a comment. Active Oldest Votes.
If you are using RVM then you should create a seperate gemset first like: rvm gemset create whateverName in this example I will install rails 4 rvm install 2. Dave Powers 1, 2 2 gold badges 22 22 silver badges 26 26 bronze badges.
If you don't have automated tests that exercise the bulk of your application, you'll need to spend time manually exercising all the parts that have changed. In the case of a Rails upgrade, that will mean every single piece of functionality in the application. Do yourself a favor and make sure your test coverage is good before you start an upgrade.
When changing Rails versions, it's best to move slowly, one minor version at a time, in order to make good use of the deprecation warnings. Rails version numbers are in the form Major. Major and Minor versions are allowed to make changes to the public API, so this may cause errors in your application. Patch versions only include bug fixes, and don't change any public API.
Repeat this process until you reach your target Rails version. Each time you move versions, you will need to change the Rails version number in the Gemfile and possibly other gem versions and run bundle update. Then run the Update task mentioned below to update configuration files, then run your tests. You can find a list of all released Rails versions here. Ruby 1. Ruby Enterprise Edition has these fixed since the release of 1. On the 1. Rails provides the app:update command rake rails:update on 4.
After updating the Rails version in the Gemfile , run this command. This will help you with the creation of new files and changes of old files in an interactive session. The new Rails version might have different configuration defaults than the previous version. However, after following the steps described above, your application would still run with configuration defaults from the previous Rails version. That's because the value for config.
Once your application is ready to run with new defaults, you can remove this file and flip the config. For more information on changes made to Rails 6. This used to return a hash on which you could access values with String keys. That was deprecated in 6. The Content-Type header returned in the response can differ from what Rails 6. The Content-Type will now be based on the given block rather than the request's format. If your application relies on the previous incorrect behaviour, you are encouraged to specify which formats your action accepts, i.
This method now receive a second argument which is the name of the callback being halted. If you have classes that override this method, make sure it accepts two arguments. Note that this is a breaking change without a prior deprecation cycle for performance reasons. This change is backwards compatible for the majority of applications, in which case you do not need to do anything.
If you need to exempt certain endpoints from redirection, you can use config. To improve security, Rails embeds the purpose and expiry metadata inside encrypted or signed cookies value. If you require your cookies to be read by Rails 5. Configuration of the WebSocket adapter and logger adapter have been moved from properties of ActionCable to properties of ActionCable.
If you are configuring these adapters you will need to make these changes:. The ActionCable. If you are using these methods you will need to make these changes:. This behavior has changed to include the previously omitted charset part as well. In that mode, autoloading, reloading, and eager loading are managed by Zeitwerk.
In general, applications do not need to use the API of Zeitwerk directly. Rails sets things up according to the existing contract: config. While applications should stick to that interface, the actual Zeitwerk loader object can be accessed as.
If the application being upgraded autoloads correctly, the project structure should be already mostly compatible. However, classic mode infers file names from missing constant names underscore , whereas zeitwerk mode infers constant names from file names camelize. These helpers are not always inverse of each other, in particular if acronyms are involved. For instance, "FOO". A gotcha to be aware of is that, depending on the order of execution, the classic autoloader could sometimes be able to autoload Foo::Wadus in.
That does not match Ruby semantics because Foo is not in the nesting, and won't work at all in zeitwerk mode. If you find such corner case you can use the qualified name Foo::Wadus :. The Concerns:: namespace worked with the classic autoloader as a side-effect of the implementation, but it was not really an intended behavior.
An application using Concerns:: needs to rename those classes and modules to be able to run in zeitwerk mode. Since Rails adds all subdirectories of app to the autoload paths automatically, we have another situation in which there are nested root directories, so that setup no longer works. Similar principle we explained above with concerns. If you want to keep that structure, you'll need to delete the subdirectory from the autoload paths in an initializer:.
For example:. This restriction only applies to explicit namespaces. Classes and modules not defining a namespace can be defined using those idioms. In classic mode you could technically define several constants at the same top-level and have them all reloaded.
For example, given. This is not the case in zeitwerk mode, you need to move Bar to its own file bar. One file, one constant. This affects only to constants at the same top-level as in the example above. Inner classes and modules are fine. For example, consider. Spring reloads the application code if something changes.
In the test environment you need to enable reloading for that to work:. In addition to that, Bootsnap needs to disable the iseq cache due to a bug in the interpreter if running Ruby 2. Please make sure to depend on at least Bootsnap 1.
In classic mode, constant autoloading is not thread-safe, though Rails has locks in place for example to make web requests thread-safe when autoloading is enabled, as it is common in the development environment. Constant autoloading is thread-safe in zeitwerk mode. For example, you can now autoload in multi-threaded scripts executed by the runner command.
Every element of config. This can be a source of errors if you test things first eager loading, execution may fail later autoloading. In zeitwerk mode both loading modes are consistent, they fail and err in the same files.
Applications can load Rails 6 defaults and still use the classic autoloader by setting config. When using the Classic Autoloader in Rails 6 application it is recommended to set concurrency level to 1 in development environment, for the web servers and background processors, due to the thread-safety concerns. With the configuration defaults for Rails 5.
With the configuration defaults for Rails 6. This matches Active Record behavior when assigning to a collection association:. Existing applications can opt in to this new behavior by setting config. The old behavior will be deprecated in Rails 6. For more information on changes made to Rails 5. Rails 5. The app:update command sets it up in boot. If you want to use it, then add it in the Gemfile, otherwise change the boot. To improve security, Rails now embeds the expiry information also in encrypted or signed cookies value.
This new embed information make those cookies incompatible with versions of Rails older than 5. If you require your cookies to be read by 5. It is only soft-deprecated, which means that your code will not break at the moment and no deprecation warning will be displayed, but this constant will be removed in the future. Also, if you have pretty old YAML documents containing dumps of such objects, you may need to load and dump them again to make sure that they reference the right constant, and that loading them won't break in the future.
If your views are using render :text , they will no longer work. Similarly, render :nothing is also removed and you should use the head method to send responses that contain only headers. For example, head :ok sends a response with no body to render. From Ruby on Rails 5. Make sure you are on Ruby 2. In Rails 4. In Rails 5. ApplicationRecord is a new superclass for all app models, analogous to app controllers subclassing ApplicationController instead of ActionController::Base.
This gives apps a single spot to configure app-wide model behavior. When upgrading from Rails 4. In other words, successive 'before' callbacks are not executed, and neither is the action wrapped in callbacks. Instead, callback chains must be explicitly halted by calling throw :abort. When you upgrade from Rails 4. Note that this option will not affect Active Support callbacks since they never halted the chain when any value was returned.
To continue using these methods in your controller tests, add gem 'rails-controller-testing' to your Gemfile. If you are using RSpec for testing, please see the extra configuration required in the gem's documentation. Eager loading the application is part of the boot process, so top-level constants are fine and are still autoloaded, no need to require their files. Constants in deeper places only executed at runtime, like regular method bodies, are also fine because the file defining them will have been eager loaded while booting.
For the vast majority of applications this change needs no action. But in the very rare event that your application needs autoloading while running in production, set Rails. ActiveModel::Serializers::Xml has been extracted from Rails to the activemodel-serializers-xml gem. To continue using XML serialization in your application, add gem 'activemodel-serializers-xml' to your Gemfile.
Rails 5 removes support for the legacy mysql database adapter. Most users should be able to use mysql2 instead. It will be converted to a separate gem when we find someone to maintain it. Use byebug instead. Generally these changes are in parallel with rake, but some were ported over altogether. Calling params in your application will now return an object instead of a hash. If your parameters are already permitted, then you will not need to make any changes.
If you are using map and other methods that depend on being able to read the hash regardless of permitted? Files without a template handler in their extension will be rendered using the raw handler. Previously Rails would render files using the ERB template handler. If you do not want your file to be handled via the raw handler, you should add an extension to your file that can be parsed by the appropriate template handler.
You can now use wildcard matching for your template dependencies. For example, if you were defining your templates as such:. When tests are run in your application, the default order is now :random instead of :sorted. Use the following config option to set it back to :sorted. If you include ActionController::Live in another module that is included in your controller, then you should also extend the module with ActiveSupport::Concern.
Alternatively, you can use the self. This means that if your application used to have its own streaming module, the following code would break in production:. This default will be automatically configured in new applications. If an existing application wants to add this feature it will need to be turned on in an initializer:. The configuration is by default global for all your models, but you can override it on a per model basis.
With this option turned on, forms in your application will each have their own CSRF token that is specific to the action and method for that form. Set the following in your config to true:. The default mailer queue name is mailers.
This configuration option allows you to globally change the queue name. Set the following in your config:. Set config. When using Ruby 2. Now, if you set a column equal to a String , Active Record will no longer turn that string into a Hash , and will instead only return the string. It is recommended that you do not set columns equal to a String , but pass a Hash instead, which will be converted to and from a JSON string automatically. Once it's been installed, you can simply drop a reference to the console helper i.
A console will also be provided on any error page you view in your development environment. In the next version, these errors will no longer be suppressed. Instead, the errors will propagate normally just like in other Active Record callbacks. See and for more details.
In anticipation of this change, Rails 4. This allows you to either lock down the current behavior by setting the option to :sorted , or opt into the future behavior by setting the option to :random. If you do not specify a value for this option, a deprecation warning will be emitted. To avoid this, add the following line to your test environment:. When using a custom coder e. In Rails 5, the default log level for the production environment will be changed to :debug from :info.
So, if you want to upgrade from Rails 3 to 5, I would do it in two steps 3. Upgrade your gems together with Rails if possible. Upgrade Ruby in a separate step. Temporarily, set an exact Rails version, e. Run bundle update. Relax the Rails version in your Gemfile again e. Run bundle install. Update your Rails config Run rails app:update. This will try to write all configuration like it would for a new Rails app, and show you the diff to your current code.
Check the official Rails upgrade guide Rails has official upgrade notes. Read through the relevant sections and make the appropriate changes. Get rails console running Fix all errors until the Rails console does not crash while starting up. Ignore deprecation warnings for now. Get rails console running with eager loading Enable config.
Fix all errors until the Rails console does not crash while starting up. Disable eager loading again. Get rails server running Fix all errors until rails server can render a page. Click around a bit. Fix all errors you can find. Fix tests Fix unit tests.
Fix integration tests. Fix deprecation warnings. Run your tests and fix all deprecation warnings. Also see Upgrading Ruby from 1. Learn more. Owner of this card: Tobias Kraze.
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