RadRails now defaults to Edge!

FYI to anyone running RadRails; RadRails is now updating your gem
sources (whether you want it to or not) so that running ‘gem install
rails’ or ‘gem update rails’ will always you get the latest Edge Rails,
not the latest release.

So, for instance, if the core team hypothetically releases 2.0.3
tomorrow with a security fix, and you try to update, you’re not going to
get 2.0.3 unless you specifically ask for it (with the -v flag). By
default you’re going to get a version of Edge.

http://forums.aptana.com/viewtopic.php?p=20485

It may just be me (wouldn’t be the first time I was wrong), but this
seems like a supremely stupid thing to do. I’m curious what other Rails
developers think.

http://www.5valleys.com/

http://www.workingwithrails.com/person/8078

On 29 Apr 2008, at 19:55, Jon G. wrote:

FYI to anyone running RadRails; RadRails is now updating your gem
sources (whether you want it to or not) so that running ‘gem install
rails’ or ‘gem update rails’ will always you get the latest Edge
Rails,
not the latest release.
It’s not even fresh edge: it’s edge from the point at which
development moved to git.

Fred

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