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Release 2.0.0 #144

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rwz opened this issue Sep 11, 2013 · 3 comments
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Release 2.0.0 #144

rwz opened this issue Sep 11, 2013 · 3 comments
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@rwz rwz commented Sep 11, 2013

things to do:

  • drop ruby 1.8 support
  • implement sane extracting for ?-methods (see #142)
  • remove deprecated code
  • maybe implement dependency tracking for russian-doll caching (see #126)
  • pull #143 (only if rails +1 this)
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@rwz rwz commented Sep 11, 2013

@dhh I'd like to hear your feedback on such major changes. Don't want to do something you wouldn't approve in the end

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@rwz rwz commented Sep 11, 2013

Also, we might want to drop MultiJson dependency and replace it with bundled JSON, since 1.9 has it in stdlib.

That'd speed up things a little for folks who use stdlib or gemified JSON because of the removal of MultiJson wrapping code. On the other hand, it'll slow down generation for people who use custom adapters, like Oj or Yajl.

Not sure about this one.

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@dhh dhh commented Sep 11, 2013

I've replied on all the individual tickets. I'm ok with the other parts not mentioned on the tickets. But let's wait with a 2.0 release until Rails 4.1 drops. I think that's going to be around december or so, if all goes according to plan (ha!).

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