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Rails 5.1.7 (March 27, 2019)

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Rails 5.1.6.2 (March 11, 2019)

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Rails 5.1.6.1 (November 27, 2018)

  • No changes.

Rails 5.1.6 (March 29, 2018)

  • Return all mappings for a timezone identifier in country_zones

    Some timezones like Europe/London have multiple mappings in ActiveSupport::TimeZone::MAPPING so return all of them instead of the first one found by using Hash#value. e.g:

    # Before
    ActiveSupport::TimeZone.country_zones("GB") # => ["Edinburgh"]
    
    # After
    ActiveSupport::TimeZone.country_zones("GB") # => ["Edinburgh", "London"]
    

    Fixes #31668.

    Andrew White

Rails 5.1.5 (February 14, 2018)

  • No changes.

Rails 5.1.4 (September 07, 2017)

  • No changes.

Rails 5.1.4.rc1 (August 24, 2017)

  • No changes.

Rails 5.1.3 (August 03, 2017)

  • No changes.

Rails 5.1.3.rc3 (July 31, 2017)

  • Fix modulo operations involving durations

    Rails 5.1 introduce an ActiveSupport::Duration::Scalar class as a wrapper around a numeric value as a way of ensuring a duration was the outcome of an expression. However the implementation was missing support for modulo operations. This support has now been added and should result in a duration being returned from expressions involving modulo operations.

    Prior to Rails 5.1:

    5.minutes % 2.minutes
    => 60
    

    Now:

    5.minutes % 2.minutes
    => 1 minute
    

    Fixes #29603 and #29743.

    Sayan Chakraborty, Andrew White

  • Fix division where a duration is the denominator

    PR #29163 introduced a change in behavior when a duration was the denominator in a calculation - this was incorrect as dividing by a duration should always return a Numeric. The behavior of previous versions of Rails has been restored.

    Fixes #29592.

    Andrew White

Rails 5.1.3.rc2 (July 25, 2017)

  • No changes.

Rails 5.1.3.rc1 (July 19, 2017)

  • No changes.

Rails 5.1.2 (June 26, 2017)

  • Cache: Restore the options = nil argument for LocalStore#clear that was removed in 5.1.0. Restores compatibility with backends that take an options argument and use the local cache strategy.

    Jeremy Daer

  • Fix implicit coercion calculations with scalars and durations

    Previously calculations where the scalar is first would be converted to a duration of seconds but this causes issues with dates being converted to times, e.g:

    Time.zone = "Beijing"           # => Asia/Shanghai
    date = Date.civil(2017, 5, 20)  # => Mon, 20 May 2017
    2 * 1.day                       # => 172800 seconds
    date + 2 * 1.day                # => Mon, 22 May 2017 00:00:00 CST +08:00
    

    Now the ActiveSupport::Duration::Scalar calculation methods will try to maintain the part structure of the duration where possible, e.g:

    Time.zone = "Beijing"           # => Asia/Shanghai
    date = Date.civil(2017, 5, 20)  # => Mon, 20 May 2017
    2 * 1.day                       # => 2 days
    date + 2 * 1.day                # => Mon, 22 May 2017
    

    Fixes #29160, #28970.

    Andrew White

Rails 5.1.1 (May 12, 2017)

  • No changes.

Rails 5.1.0 (April 27, 2017)

  • ActiveSupport::EventedFileUpdateChecker no longer listens to directories outside of the application directory.

    radiospiel

  • Return unmapped timezones from country_zones

    If a country doesn't exist in the MAPPINGS hash then create a new ActiveSupport::Timezone instance using the supplied timezone id.

    Fixes #28431.

    Andrew White

  • Add ActiveSupport::Deprecation::DeprecatedConstantAccessor

    Provides transparent deprecation of constants, compatible with exceptions. Example usage:

    module Example
      include ActiveSupport::Deprecation::DeprecatedConstantAccessor
      deprecate_constant 'OldException', 'Elsewhere::NewException'
    end
    

    Dominic Cleal

  • Fixed bug in DateAndTime::Compatibility#to_time that caused it to raise RuntimeError: can't modify frozen Time when called on any frozen Time. Properly pass through the frozen Time or ActiveSupport::TimeWithZone object when calling #to_time.

    Kevin McPhillips & Andrew White

  • Remove implicit coercion deprecation of durations

    In #28204 we deprecated implicit conversion of durations to a numeric which represented the number of seconds in the duration because of unwanted side effects with calculations on durations and dates. This unfortunately had the side effect of forcing a explicit cast when configuring third-party libraries like expiration in Redis, e.g:

    redis.expire("foo", 5.minutes)
    

    To work around this we've removed the deprecation and added a private class that wraps the numeric and can perform calculation involving durations and ensure that they remain a duration irrespective of the order of operations.

    Andrew White

  • Update titleize regex to allow apostrophes

    In 4b685aa the regex in titleize was updated to not match apostrophes to better reflect the nature of the transformation. Unfortunately, this had the side effect of breaking capitalization on the first word of a sub-string, e.g:

    >> "This was 'fake news'".titleize
    => "This Was 'fake News'"
    

    This is fixed by extending the look-behind to also check for a word character on the other side of the apostrophe.

    Fixes #28312.

    Andrew White

  • Add rfc3339 aliases to xmlschema for Time and ActiveSupport::TimeWithZone

    For naming consistency when using the RFC 3339 profile of ISO 8601 in applications.

    Andrew White

  • Add Time.rfc3339 parsing method

    Time.xmlschema and consequently its alias iso8601 accepts timestamps without a offset in contravention of the RFC 3339 standard. This method enforces that constraint and raises an ArgumentError if it doesn't.

    Andrew White

  • Add ActiveSupport::TimeZone.rfc3339 parsing method

    Previously, there was no way to get a RFC 3339 timestamp into a specific timezone without either using parse or chaining methods. The new method allows parsing directly into the timezone, e.g:

    >> Time.zone = "Hawaii"
    => "Hawaii"
    >> Time.zone.rfc3339("1999-12-31T14:00:00Z")
    => Fri, 31 Dec 1999 14:00:00 HST -10:00
    

    This new method has stricter semantics than the current parse method, and will raise an ArgumentError instead of returning nil, e.g:

    >> Time.zone = "Hawaii"
    => "Hawaii"
    >> Time.zone.rfc3339("foobar")
    ArgumentError: invalid date
    >> Time.zone.parse("foobar")
    => nil
    

    It will also raise an ArgumentError when either the time or offset components are missing, e.g:

    >> Time.zone = "Hawaii"
    => "Hawaii"
    >> Time.zone.rfc3339("1999-12-31")
    ArgumentError: invalid date
    >> Time.zone.rfc3339("1999-12-31T14:00:00")
    ArgumentError: invalid date
    

    Andrew White

  • Add ActiveSupport::TimeZone.iso8601 parsing method

    Previously, there was no way to get a ISO 8601 timestamp into a specific timezone without either using parse or chaining methods. The new method allows parsing directly into the timezone, e.g:

    >> Time.zone = "Hawaii"
    => "Hawaii"
    >> Time.zone.iso8601("1999-12-31T14:00:00Z")
    => Fri, 31 Dec 1999 14:00:00 HST -10:00
    

    If the timestamp is a ISO 8601 date (YYYY-MM-DD), then the time is set to midnight, e.g:

    >> Time.zone = "Hawaii"
    => "Hawaii"
    >> Time.zone.iso8601("1999-12-31")
    => Fri, 31 Dec 1999 00:00:00 HST -10:00
    

    This new method has stricter semantics than the current parse method, and will raise an ArgumentError instead of returning nil, e.g:

    >> Time.zone = "Hawaii"
    => "Hawaii"
    >> Time.zone.iso8601("foobar")
    ArgumentError: invalid date
    >> Time.zone.parse("foobar")
    => nil
    

    Andrew White

  • Deprecate implicit coercion of ActiveSupport::Duration

    Currently ActiveSupport::Duration implicitly converts to a seconds value when used in a calculation except for the explicit examples of addition and subtraction where the duration is the receiver, e.g:

    >> 2 * 1.day
    => 172800
    

    This results in lots of confusion especially when using durations with dates because adding/subtracting a value from a date treats integers as a day and not a second, e.g:

    >> Date.today
    => Wed, 01 Mar 2017
    >> Date.today + 2 * 1.day
    => Mon, 10 Apr 2490
    

    To fix this we're implementing coerce so that we can provide a deprecation warning with the intent of removing the implicit coercion in Rails 5.2, e.g:

    >> 2 * 1.day
    DEPRECATION WARNING: Implicit coercion of ActiveSupport::Duration
    to a Numeric is deprecated and will raise a TypeError in Rails 5.2.
    => 172800
    

    In Rails 5.2 it will raise TypeError, e.g:

    >> 2 * 1.day
    TypeError: ActiveSupport::Duration can't be coerced into Integer
    

    This is the same behavior as with other types in Ruby, e.g:

    >> 2 * "foo"
    TypeError: String can't be coerced into Integer
    >> "foo" * 2
    => "foofoo"
    

    As part of this deprecation add * and / methods to AS::Duration so that calculations that keep the duration as the receiver work correctly whether the final receiver is a Date or Time, e.g:

    >> Date.today
    => Wed, 01 Mar 2017
    >> Date.today + 1.day * 2
    => Fri, 03 Mar 2017
    

    Fixes #27457.

    Andrew White

  • Update DateTime#change to support :usec and :nsec options.

    Adding support for these options now allows us to update the DateTime#end_of methods to match the equivalent Time#end_of methods, e.g:

    datetime = DateTime.now.end_of_day
    datetime.nsec == 999999999 # => true
    

    Fixes #21424.

    Dan Moore, Andrew White

  • Add ActiveSupport::Duration#before and #after as aliases for #until and #since

    These read more like English and require less mental gymnastics to read and write.

    Before:

    2.weeks.since(customer_start_date)
    5.days.until(today)
    

    After:

    2.weeks.after(customer_start_date)
    5.days.before(today)
    

    Nick Johnstone

  • Soft-deprecated the top-level HashWithIndifferentAccess constant. ActiveSupport::HashWithIndifferentAccess should be used instead.

    Fixes #28157.

    Robin Dupret

  • In Core Extensions, make MarshalWithAutoloading#load pass through the second, optional argument for Marshal#load( source [, proc] ). This way we don't have to do Marshal.method(:load).super_method.call(source, proc) just to be able to pass a proc.

    Jeff Latz

  • ActiveSupport::Gzip.decompress now checks checksum and length in footer.

    Dylan Thacker-Smith

  • Cache ActiveSupport::TimeWithZone#to_datetime before freezing.

    Adam Rice

  • Deprecate ActiveSupport.halt_callback_chains_on_return_false.

    Rafael Mendonça França

  • Remove deprecated behavior that halts callbacks when the return is false.

    Rafael Mendonça França

  • Deprecate passing string to :if and :unless conditional options on set_callback and skip_callback.

    Ryuta Kamizono

  • Raise ArgumentError when passing string to define callback.

    Ryuta Kamizono

  • Updated Unicode version to 9.0.0

    Now we can handle new emojis such like "👩‍👩‍👧‍👦" ("\u{1F469}\u{200D}\u{1F469}\u{200D}\u{1F467}\u{200D}\u{1F466}").

    version 8.0.0

    "👩‍👩‍👧‍👦".mb_chars.grapheme_length # => 4
    "👩‍👩‍👧‍👦".mb_chars.reverse # => "👦👧‍👩‍👩‍"
    

    version 9.0.0

    "👩‍👩‍👧‍👦".mb_chars.grapheme_length # => 1
    "👩‍👩‍👧‍👦".mb_chars.reverse # => "👩‍👩‍👧‍👦"
    

    Fumiaki MATSUSHIMA

  • Changed ActiveSupport::Inflector#transliterate to raise ArgumentError when it receives anything except a string.

    Kevin McPhillips

  • Fixed bugs that StringInquirer#respond_to_missing? and ArrayInquirer#respond_to_missing? do not fallback to super.

    Akira Matsuda

  • Fix inconsistent results when parsing large durations and constructing durations from code

    ActiveSupport::Duration.parse('P3Y') == 3.years # It should be true
    

    Duration parsing made independent from any moment of time: Fixed length in seconds is assigned to each duration part during parsing.

    Changed duration of months and years in seconds to more accurate and logical:

    1. The value of 365.2425 days in Gregorian year is more accurate as it accounts for every 400th non-leap year.

    2. Month's length is bound to year's duration, which makes sensible comparisons like 12.months == 1.year to be true and nonsensical ones like 30.days == 1.month to be false.

    Calculations on times and dates with durations shouldn't be affected as duration's numeric value isn't used in calculations, only parts are used.

    Methods on Numeric like 2.days now use these predefined durations to avoid duplication of duration constants through the codebase and eliminate creation of intermediate durations.

    Andrey Novikov, Andrew White

  • Change return value of Rational#duplicable?, ComplexClass#duplicable? to false.

    utilum

  • Change return value of NilClass#duplicable?, FalseClass#duplicable?, TrueClass#duplicable?, Symbol#duplicable? and Numeric#duplicable? to true with Ruby 2.4+. These classes can dup with Ruby 2.4+.

    Yuji Yaginuma

  • Remove deprecated class ActiveSupport::Concurrency::Latch.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated separator argument from parameterize.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated method Numeric#to_formatted_s.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated method alias_method_chain.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated constant MissingSourceFile.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated methods Module.qualified_const_defined?, Module.qualified_const_get and Module.qualified_const_set.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated :prefix option from number_to_human_size.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated method ActiveSupport::HashWithIndifferentAccess.new_from_hash_copying_default.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated file active_support/core_ext/time/marshal.rb.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated file active_support/core_ext/struct.rb.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated file active_support/core_ext/module/method_transplanting.rb.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated method Module.local_constants.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated file active_support/core_ext/kernel/debugger.rb.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated method ActiveSupport::Cache::Store#namespaced_key.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated method ActiveSupport::Cache::Strategy::LocalCache::LocalStore#set_cache_value.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated method ActiveSupport::Cache::MemCacheStore#escape_key.

    Andrew White

  • Remove deprecated method ActiveSupport::Cache::FileStore#key_file_path.

    Andrew White

  • Ensure duration parsing is consistent across DST changes.

    Previously ActiveSupport::Duration.parse used Time.current and Time#advance to calculate the number of seconds in the duration from an arbitrary collection of parts. However as advance tries to be consistent across DST boundaries this meant that either the duration was shorter or longer depending on the time of year.

    This was fixed by using an absolute reference point in UTC which isn't subject to DST transitions. An arbitrary date of Jan 1st, 2000 was chosen for no other reason that it seemed appropriate.

    Additionally, duration parsing should now be marginally faster as we are no longer creating instances of ActiveSupport::TimeWithZone every time we parse a duration string.

    Fixes #26941.

    Andrew White

  • Use Hash#compact and Hash#compact! from Ruby 2.4. Old Ruby versions will continue to get these methods from Active Support as before.

    Prathamesh Sonpatki

  • Fix ActiveSupport::TimeZone#strptime. Support for timestamps in format of seconds (%s) and milliseconds (%Q).

    Fixes #26840.

    Lev Denisov

  • Fix DateAndTime::Calculations#copy_time_to. Copy nsec instead of usec.

    Jumping forward or backward between weeks now preserves nanosecond digits.

    Josua Schmid

  • Fix ActiveSupport::TimeWithZone#in across DST boundaries.

    Previously calls to in were being sent to the non-DST aware method Time#since via method_missing. It is now aliased to the DST aware ActiveSupport::TimeWithZone#+ which handles transitions across DST boundaries, e.g:

    Time.zone = "US/Eastern"
    
    t = Time.zone.local(2016,11,6,1)
    # => Sun, 06 Nov 2016 01:00:00 EDT -05:00
    
    t.in(1.hour)
    # => Sun, 06 Nov 2016 01:00:00 EST -05:00
    

    Fixes #26580.

    Thomas Balthazar

  • Remove unused parameter options = nil for #clear of ActiveSupport::Cache::Strategy::LocalCache::LocalStore and ActiveSupport::Cache::Strategy::LocalCache.

    Yosuke Kabuto

  • Fix thread_mattr_accessor subclass no longer overwrites parent.

    Assigning a value to a subclass using thread_mattr_accessor no longer changes the value of the parent class. This brings the behavior inline with the documentation.

    Given:

    class Account
      thread_mattr_accessor :user
    end
    
    class Customer < Account
    end
    
    Account.user = "DHH"
    Customer.user = "Rafael"
    

    Before:

    Account.user  # => "Rafael"
    

    After:

    Account.user  # => "DHH"
    

    Shinichi Maeshima

  • Since weeks are no longer converted to days, add :weeks to the list of parts that ActiveSupport::TimeWithZone will recognize as possibly being of variable duration to take account of DST transitions.

    Fixes #26039.

    Andrew White

  • Defines Regexp.match? for Ruby versions prior to 2.4. The predicate has the same interface, but it does not have the performance boost. Its purpose is to be able to write 2.4 compatible code.

    Xavier Noria

  • Allow MessageEncryptor to take advantage of authenticated encryption modes.

    AEAD modes like aes-256-gcm provide both confidentiality and data authenticity, eliminating the need to use MessageVerifier to check if the encrypted data has been tampered with. This speeds up encryption/decryption and results in shorter cipher text.

    Bart de Water

  • Introduce assert_changes and assert_no_changes.

    assert_changes is a more general assert_difference that works with any value.

    assert_changes 'Error.current', from: nil, to: 'ERR' do
      expected_bad_operation
    end
    

    Can be called with strings, to be evaluated in the binding (context) of the block given to the assertion, or a lambda.

    assert_changes -> { Error.current }, from: nil, to: 'ERR' do
      expected_bad_operation
    end
    

    The from and to arguments are compared with the case operator (===).

    assert_changes 'Error.current', from: nil, to: Error do
      expected_bad_operation
    end
    

    This is pretty useful, if you need to loosely compare a value. For example, you need to test a token has been generated and it has that many random characters.

    user = User.start_registration
    assert_changes 'user.token', to: /\w{32}/ do
      user.finish_registration
    end
    

    Genadi Samokovarov

  • Fix ActiveSupport::TimeZone#strptime. Now raises ArgumentError when the given time doesn't match the format. The error is the same as the one given by Ruby's Date.strptime. Previously it raised NoMethodError: undefined method empty? for nil:NilClass. due to a bug.

    Fixes #25701.

    John Gesimondo

  • travel/travel_to travel time helpers, now raise on nested calls, as this can lead to confusing time stubbing.

    Instead of:

    travel_to 2.days.from_now do
      # 2 days from today
      travel_to 3.days.from_now do
        # 5 days from today
      end
    end
    

    preferred way to achieve above is:

    travel 2.days do
      # 2 days from today
    end
    
    travel 5.days do
      # 5 days from today
    end
    

    Vipul A M

  • Support parsing JSON time in ISO8601 local time strings in ActiveSupport::JSON.decode when parse_json_times is enabled. Strings in the format of YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss (without a Z at the end) will be parsed in the local timezone (Time.zone). In addition, date strings (YYYY-MM-DD) are now parsed into Date objects.

    Grzegorz Witek

  • Fixed ActiveSupport::Logger.broadcast so that calls to #silence now properly delegate to all loggers. Silencing now properly suppresses logging to both the log and the console.

    Kevin McPhillips

  • Remove deprecated arguments in assert_nothing_raised.

    Rafel Mendonça França

  • Date.to_s doesn't produce too many spaces. For example, to_s(:short) will now produce 01 Feb instead of 1 Feb.

    Fixes #25251.

    Sean Griffin

  • Introduce Module#delegate_missing_to.

    When building a decorator, a common pattern emerges:

    class Partition
      def initialize(first_event)
        @events = [ first_event ]
      end
    
      def people
        if @events.first.detail.people.any?
          @events.collect { |e| Array(e.detail.people) }.flatten.uniq
        else
          @events.collect(&:creator).uniq
        end
      end
    
      private
        def respond_to_missing?(name, include_private = false)
          @events.respond_to?(name, include_private)
        end
    
        def method_missing(method, *args, &block)
          @events.send(method, *args, &block)
        end
    end
    

    With Module#delegate_missing_to, the above is condensed to:

    class Partition
      delegate_missing_to :@events
    
      def initialize(first_event)
        @events = [ first_event ]
      end
    
      def people
        if @events.first.detail.people.any?
          @events.collect { |e| Array(e.detail.people) }.flatten.uniq
        else
          @events.collect(&:creator).uniq
        end
      end
    end
    

    Genadi Samokovarov, DHH

  • Rescuable: If a handler doesn't match the exception, check for handlers matching the exception's cause.

    Jeremy Daer

Please check 5-0-stable for previous changes.