Rails integration #133

batizhevsky opened this Issue Jan 10, 2014 · 9 comments


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Starting by 4.0 rails do not support MultiJson and start to use build-in json parser with ruby.
Any path now use oj as default json parser and/or serializer?


ohler55 commented Jan 10, 2014

I'll have to look into it. If it is just the JSON gem then Oj has the mimic option. If it is a rails written parser I'll have to learn more.

hardbap commented Jan 11, 2014

I believe that the MultiJson change is coming to Rails 4.1


ohler55 commented Jan 11, 2014

Looks like using Oj mimic should work. Of course testing and verification will be needed when the time comes.

The time has come.


ohler55 commented Feb 17, 2014

Almost, current release is 4.0.2.


kookster commented Mar 7, 2014

FWIW - I tested using oj_mimic_json in my Gemfile with a simple rails 4-1-stable based app, and it worked.


ohler55 commented Mar 19, 2014

Anyone object to closing this since we have a confirmation that Oj works with the 4.1 stable?

I start use explicit way, direct call Oj.dump and Oj.load


ohler55 commented Mar 19, 2014

ok, will close then. Thanks.

ohler55 closed this Mar 19, 2014

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