Rails not ready for production use?


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On Jun 27, 2006, at 10:22 AM, [email protected] wrote:

waay too many dependency issues going on)…"

How much of this is true? If I develop on Windows and deploy to
linux, am I asking for trouble? Thoughts, opinions, concerns?

I don’t agree with this statement. Since Rails is such a new
technology, change is just a way of life. I don’t see why you
couldn’t just develop your current application against 1.1.2 and
upgrade the internal once 1.1.3 or 1.2.0 comes out.


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On 6/27/06, [email protected]
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How much of this is true? If I develop on Windows and deploy to linux, am
I asking for trouble? Thoughts, opinions, concerns?

Regardless of the technology, I wouldn’t do that with any project. Not
without testing on your deployment OS before production release.

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