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    ☆★☆★ silver trophy vgarcia's Avatar
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    Rails 1.0 released

    http://rubyonrails.com/

    At least people can stop complaining that "it hasn't even reached 1.0 yet!"

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    Good!
    Quote Originally Posted by Rails blog
    So this is a major milestone for Rails, but we’ve not even begun to think about slowing down. Rails 1.1 is already pretty far along in development and will see some of the biggest upgrades of any Rails release. Hopefully some time in February. But in the mean time, enjoy one oh!
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    ☆★☆★ silver trophy vgarcia's Avatar
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    I just hope the API remains somewhat stable through the 1.x line, since that was a big complaint I heard from people trying to stay up to date with Rails.

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    What? The API is mostly backwards compatible. there are always new features being added but they don't jkust drop the old api's willy nilly. I have found it to be very consistent myself. And i have been using it since .8.x

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    I have been using rails since 0.13.x but I have read a lot of the changes throughout the lifetime of the beta periods. It seems like Rails has done its best to stay backwards compatible. I'm not saying the people are wrong since I don't know much on the topic, but could they provide examples?


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