There has been discussion in #42 of moving to a rack-based routing solution, but that has not been resolved, and Rails 4 is out now. This change would also require a major version bump, thus leaving 1.x incompatible with Rails 4. This patch adds the required :via option for Rails >= version 4, but not for Rails 3, which does not support (nor need) :via.
…uby 2.0 and Rubinius.
…port the latest JS before running on CI.
… it's causing errors.
… current release. Reopens #24.
Rails no longer supports routes that don't specify an HTTP verb (GET/POST). See: http://rubysource.com/get-your-app-ready-for-rails-4/ https://github.com/rails/rails/blob/master/actionpack/lib/action_dispatch/routing/mapper.rb#L62
…-second build failing (hopefully).
Now `observe` statement used on FayeController isn't tied only on ActiveRecord, since it's using simple callbacks, implemented on ActiveModel, used on all major ORMs, instead of ActiveRecord specific Observer feature.