… clause (commit 0eae392)
XSS attacks. Thanks Sascha Depold for the report.
…ns that it doesn't force Action Controller / Active Record to load, but it doesn't fail if they have already loaded. Thanks @josevalim for the hint.
…in the target
…. Use config.active_record instead. This yields about a 20% decrease in startup time because it means that the connection is not created immediately on startup. Of course, this is only useful if you are not going to immediately use the database after startup.
…he requires in that file, this caused ConnectionSpecification to be loaded, which references ActiveRecord::Base, which means the database connection is established. We do not want to connect to the database when Active Record is loaded, only when ActiveRecord::Base is first referenced by the user.
Remove unused require in activerecord/test/cases/attribute_methods_test.rb
…defined_in_the_config in railties)
… by about 10%. (#734)
…zer - use config object instead. Cuts about 15% off the load time. (#734)
yield(:unspecified_block) actually returns true even if :unspecified_block never exists. This means you can't use the form yield(:unspecified_block) or yield.
Grammar/syntax/style changes: 1. Changed all 'we' to 'you' 2. Corrected typos 3. Make consistent styline (e.g., dashes & double-dash usage) 4. Change use of future tense (will...) to present tense (easier to read).