Mongoid is an ODM (Object-Document-Mapper) framework for MongoDB in Ruby.
Project Move and Support
For the upcoming 5.0.0 release, the repository will be getting moved to the MongoDB organization. Please pay special attention to the following information with regards to this move:
- 5.0.0 and higher releases of Mongoid will be officially supported by MongoDB with a dedicated team.
- Issues tagged 5.0.0 and higher in Github will be migrated to the Mongoid Jira project upon the release. There will be no more Github issues.
- 4.x and 3.x releases will no longer be supported. Fixes to these branches will need to be maintained in community forks, although not recommended.
- 5.0.0 release will still be supporting Rails 4.x, although there will be some backwards incompatible changes with respect to the configuration options. The Mongoid public API itself will not be changed.
Mongoid is tested against MRI 1.9.3, 2.0.0, 2.1.0. 2.2.0 and JRuby (1.9).
Please see the new Mongoid website for up-to-date documentation: mongoid.org
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