This method return `Gem::Version.new(Rails.version)`, suggesting a more reliable way to perform version comparison. Example: Rails.version #=> "4.1.2" Rails.gem_version #=> #<Gem::Version "4.1.2"> Rails.version > "4.1.10" #=> false Rails.gem_version > Gem::Version.new("4.1.10") #=> true Gem::Requirement.new("~> 4.1.2") =~ Rails.gem_version #=> true This was originally introduced as `.version` by @charliesome in #8501 but got reverted in #10002 since it was not backward compatible. Also, updating template for `rake update_versions`.
…i skip] GitHub is now able to notify tag creation, I have configured the webhook for the docs server to receive that event. Therefore, we no longer need to trigger docs generation manually when releasing.
Also added actionview to update version rake task
Make rake install task depend on build instead of gem
Dear Active Resource, It's not that I hate you or anything, but you didn't get much attention lately. There're so many alternatives out there, and I think people have made their choice to use them than you. I think it's time for you to have a big rest, peacefully in this Git repository. I will miss you, @sikachu.
…structions to use the task rather than curl (thanks to Vijay Dev for spotting this one)
caching the http version. The syntax for including an https image url in RDoc taken from http://about.travis-ci.org/docs/user/status-images. Having this in a line of its own now to make regex replacement for the API simpler!
… is anything other than github.com/rails/rails/. Even github.com/rails/rails (without the trailing slash) broke the readme links. Also change the rakefile that generates the rdoc readme accordingly
…api site, have them replaced at runtime during rdoc generation
… comments to explain what's this hack about