When should I use Edge?

I’m in the middle of project and need to get date_select to behave
well in an array context using :index. (It’s not initializing the
value with the dates of the records, instead it’s setting the dates
to today’s date.)

Do I migrate to Edge expecting this particular problem is fixed in
Edge? How do I find out what’s fixed in the Edge release? How can I
un-Edge the project if it doesn’t fix my problem?

Jose

On 11/6/06, Jose Hales-Garcia [email protected] wrote:

Jose

Search, and ye shall find:

http://dev.rubyonrails.org/search

Here, I’ll even do your work for you =)

http://dev.rubyonrails.org/search?q=date_select&noquickjump=1&ticket=on&changeset=on

Migrating to edge and back to stable is very easy - all you need to do
is change what vendor/rails is locked to via svn:externals. Just make
sure you test your whole app against edge to make sure everything
works like it did against 1.16. If you have good test coverage this
is much easier. Also, generally you want to freeze against a specific
revision in edge rails, and not just track head, so that are in
control of what version you are using and when updates happen.

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