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Bump rails from 6.0.0 to 6.0.1 #2094

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Bumps rails from 6.0.0 to 6.0.1.

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6.0.1

Active Support

  • ActiveSupport::SafeBuffer supports Enumerator methods.

    Shugo Maeda

  • The Redis cache store fails gracefully when the server returns a "max number of clients reached" error.

    Brandon Medenwald

  • Fixed that mutating a value returned by a memory cache store would unexpectedly change the cached value.

    Jonathan Hyman

  • The default inflectors in zeitwerk mode support overrides:

    # config/initializers/zeitwerk.rb
    Rails.autoloaders.each do |autoloader|
      autoloader.inflector.inflect(
        "html_parser" => "HTMLParser",
        "ssl_error"   => "SSLError"
      )
    end

    That way, you can tweak how individual basenames are inflected without touching Active Support inflection rules, which are global. These inflectors fallback to String#camelize, so existing inflection rules are still taken into account for non-overridden basenames.

    Please, check the autoloading guide for zeitwerk mode if you prefer not to depend on String#camelize at all.

    Xavier Noria

  • Improve Range#===, Range#include?, and Range#cover? to work with beginless (startless) and endless range targets.

    Allen Hsu, Andrew Hodgkinson

  • Don't use Process#clock_gettime(CLOCK_PROCESS_CPUTIME_ID) on Solaris

    Iain Beeston

Active Model

  • No changes.

Active Record

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Commits
  • 09a2979 v6.0.1
  • 1f6f2da i18n.md: Remove Rails versions from Traco link
  • e83cef4 Fix multi-threaded issue for AcceptanceValidator
  • 5081817 Correct changelog entry [ci skip]
  • 27cf712 Remove whitespace in environments/test.rb
  • 7982363 v6.0.1.rc1
  • 81c52b1 Edit AS core extension docs [ci skip]
  • 927da2f Clarify that CORS configuration isn't needed for the Disk service [ci skip]
  • e58c25e Correct "Unknown action" screenshot in Getting Started guide
  • 9a4ff4d Add supports_common_table_expressions? for CTE testing
  • Additional commits viewable in compare view

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@dependabot-preview dependabot-preview bot force-pushed the dependabot/bundler/rails-6.0.1 branch 2 times, most recently from 734d943 to ff6d280 Nov 6, 2019
Bumps [rails](https://github.com/rails/rails) from 6.0.0 to 6.0.1.
- [Release notes](https://github.com/rails/rails/releases)
- [Commits](rails/rails@v6.0.0...v6.0.1)

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@dependabot-preview dependabot-preview bot force-pushed the dependabot/bundler/rails-6.0.1 branch from ff6d280 to 6a2ae49 Nov 8, 2019
@andrew andrew merged commit a189e58 into master Nov 8, 2019
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