Rails 3 release date

When is the stable version of rails 3 being released?

David Z. wrote:

When is the stable version of rails 3 being released?

No one knows? I’m afraid of running on edge… :-\

I am aware of no announcement. There is a bug mash for Rails 3 on the 15
& 16 of May so I’d guess not before then.

http://railsbridge.org/news_items/12

When is the stable version of rails 3 being released?

No one knows? I’m afraid of running on edge… :-\

On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 6:14 PM, David Z.
[email protected]wrote:

When is the stable version of rails 3 being released?

In short, it will be released when the Rails core team feel that it’s
ready.
Please remember
that this is an open-source project. Thus, I would recommend installing
Rails 3 in order to
assist in testing and reporting bugs.

-Conrad

The reason i asked for a release date was because I know that
ActionMailer changes in Rails 3

And so once I have the code for the mailer written out in Rails 2.3.5,
and then i update, I’m guessing that ill have to change the code?
ugh…

David Z. wrote:

The reason i asked for a release date was because I know that
ActionMailer changes in Rails 3

And so once I have the code for the mailer written out in Rails 2.3.5,
and then i update, I’m guessing that ill have to change the code?

That’s called “refactoring” and that should be part of your normal
development cycle anyway. So I just don’t see the big deal about it.

Please remember
that this is an open-source project. Thus, I would recommend installing
Rails 3 in order to
assist in testing and reporting bugs.

Sorry I’m too noobie to even notice a bug :stuck_out_tongue:

Robert W. wrote:

David Z. wrote:

The reason i asked for a release date was because I know that
ActionMailer changes in Rails 3

And so once I have the code for the mailer written out in Rails 2.3.5,
and then i update, I’m guessing that ill have to change the code?

That’s called “refactoring” and that should be part of your normal
development cycle anyway. So I just don’t see the big deal about it.

I don’t know that I’d consider this to be refactoring: it’s a forced
rewrite due to major changes in framework code.

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

Humm…
You don’t have to upgrade your rails version on your product environment
immediately rails 3 released.
That means you can schedule your own upgrade plan by your own.
So, take your time, and enjoy rails 3 :slight_smile:

Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:

I don’t know that I’d consider this to be refactoring: it’s a forced
rewrite due to major changes in framework code.

Yes, I know I was just being a smart ass… :slight_smile:

However, there will probably be more significant changes needed than
mailer code. So the concern about it is probably insignificant.

I read DHH said it should be released by August, can’t find the link right now.

If start a new project in rails 3 beta now, and update to the stable
in the future when its released, i wouldn’t have to make many changes
to my rails project right?

So if you had to start a new project now, would you choose the beta,
or the current stable?

Sent from my iPhone

On Jul 5, 2010, at 4:41 PM, David Z. [email protected] wrote:

I read DHH said it should be released by August, can’t find the link right now.

If start a new project in rails 3 beta now, and update to the stable
in the future when its released, i wouldn’t have to make many changes
to my rails project right?

You shouldn’t have to make many changes at all going from Rails 3 beta 4
to Rails 3 final.

So if you had to start a new project now, would you choose the beta,
or the current stable?

What are your current system requirements as well as your plugin/gem
dependencies? If you know this information, then you should be able to
make an informed decision as to whether to use Rails 3 or Rails 2.

Good luck,

-Conrad

I read DHH said it should be released by August, can’t find the link
right now.