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Rails (March 13, 2023)

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Rails (January 24, 2023)

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Rails (January 17, 2023)

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Rails 6.1.7 (September 09, 2022)

  • Respect Active Record's primary_key_type in Active Storage migrations. Backported from 7.0.


Rails (July 12, 2022)

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Rails 6.1.6 (May 09, 2022)

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Rails (April 26, 2022)

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Rails 6.1.5 (March 09, 2022)

  • Attachments can be deleted after their association is no longer defined.

    Fixes #42514

    Don Sisco

Rails (March 08, 2022)

  • Added image transformation validation via configurable allow-list.

    Variant now offers a configurable allow-list for transformation methods in addition to a configurable deny-list for arguments.


Rails (February 11, 2022)

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Rails (February 11, 2022)

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Rails (December 15, 2021)

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Rails (December 14, 2021)

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Rails (August 19, 2021)

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Rails 6.1.4 (June 24, 2021)

  • The parameters sent to ffmpeg for generating a video preview image are now configurable under config.active_storage.video_preview_arguments.

    Brendon Muir

  • Fix Active Storage update task when running in an engine.

    Justin Malčić

  • Don't raise an error if the mime type is not recognized.

    Fixes #41777.

    Alex Ghiculescu

  • ActiveStorage::PreviewError is raised when a previewer is unable to generate a preview image.

    Alex Robbin

  • respond with 404 given invalid variation key when asking for representations.

    George Claghorn

  • Blob creation shouldn't crash if no service selected.

    Alex Ghiculescu

Rails (May 05, 2021)

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Rails (March 26, 2021)

  • Marcel is upgraded to version 1.0.0 to avoid a dependency on GPL-licensed mime types data.

    George Claghorn

Rails 6.1.3 (February 17, 2021)

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Rails (February 10, 2021)

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Rails 6.1.2 (February 09, 2021)

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Rails 6.1.1 (January 07, 2021)

  • Fix S3 multipart uploads when threshold is larger than file.

    Matt Muller

Rails 6.1.0 (December 09, 2020)

  • Change default queue name of the analysis (:active_storage_analysis) and purge (:active_storage_purge) jobs to be the job adapter's default (:default).

    Rafael Mendonça França

  • Implement strict_loading on ActiveStorage associations.

    David Angulo

  • Remove deprecated support to pass :combine_options operations to ActiveStorage::Transformers::ImageProcessing.

    Rafael Mendonça França

  • Remove deprecated ActiveStorage::Transformers::MiniMagickTransformer.

    Rafael Mendonça França

  • Remove deprecated config.active_storage.queue.

    Rafael Mendonça França

  • Remove deprecated ActiveStorage::Downloading.

    Rafael Mendonça França

  • Add per-environment configuration support

    Pietro Moro

  • The Poppler PDF previewer renders a preview image using the original document's crop box rather than its media box, hiding print margins. This matches the behavior of the MuPDF previewer.

    Vincent Robert

  • Touch parent model when an attachment is purged.

    Víctor Pérez Rodríguez

  • Files can now be served by proxying them from the underlying storage service instead of redirecting to a signed service URL. Use the rails_storage_proxy_path and _url helpers to proxy an attached file:

    <%= image_tag rails_storage_proxy_path(@user.avatar) %>

    To proxy by default, set config.active_storage.resolve_model_to_route:

    # Proxy attached files instead.
    config.active_storage.resolve_model_to_route = :rails_storage_proxy
    <%= image_tag @user.avatar %>

    To redirect to a signed service URL when the default file serving strategy is set to proxying, use the rails_storage_redirect_path and _url helpers:

    <%= image_tag rails_storage_redirect_path(@user.avatar) %>

    Jonathan Fleckenstein

  • Add config.active_storage.web_image_content_types to allow applications to add content types (like image/webp) in which variants can be processed, instead of letting those images be converted to the fallback PNG format.

    Jeroen van Haperen

  • Add support for creating variants of WebP images out of the box.

    Dino Maric

  • Only enqueue analysis jobs for blobs with non-null analyzer classes.

    Gannon McGibbon

  • Previews are created on the same service as the original blob.

    Peter Zhu

  • Remove unused disposition and content_type query parameters for DiskService.

    Peter Zhu

  • Use DiskController for both public and private files.

    DiskController is able to handle multiple services by adding a service_name field in the generated URL in DiskService.

    Peter Zhu

  • Variants are tracked in the database to avoid existence checks in the storage service.

    George Claghorn

  • Deprecate service_url methods in favour of url.

    Deprecate Variant#service_url and Preview#service_url to instead use #url method to be consistent with Blob.

    Peter Zhu

  • Permanent URLs for public storage blobs.

    Services can be configured in config/storage.yml with a new key public: true | false to indicate whether a service holds public blobs or private blobs. Public services will always return a permanent URL.

    Deprecates Blob#service_url in favor of Blob#url.

    Peter Zhu

  • Make services aware of configuration names.

    Gannon McGibbon

  • The Content-Type header is set on image variants when they're uploaded to third-party storage services.

    Kyle Ribordy

  • Allow storage services to be configured per attachment.

    class User < ActiveRecord::Base
      has_one_attached :avatar, service: :s3
    class Gallery < ActiveRecord::Base
      has_many_attached :photos, service: :s3

    Dmitry Tsepelev

  • You can optionally provide a custom blob key when attaching a new file:

    user.avatar.attach key: "avatars/#{}.jpg",
      io: io, content_type: "image/jpeg", filename: "avatar.jpg"

    Active Storage will store the blob's data on the configured service at the provided key.

    George Claghorn

  • Replace Blob.create_after_upload! with Blob.create_and_upload! and deprecate the former.

    create_after_upload! has been removed since it could lead to data corruption by uploading to a key on the storage service which happened to be already taken. Creating the record would then correctly raise a database uniqueness exception but the stored object would already have overwritten another. create_and_upload! swaps the order of operations so that the key gets reserved up-front or the uniqueness error gets raised, before the upload to a key takes place.

    Julik Tarkhanov

  • Set content disposition in direct upload using filename and disposition parameters to ActiveStorage::Service#headers_for_direct_upload.

    Peter Zhu

  • Allow record to be optionally passed to blob finders to make sharding easier.

    Gannon McGibbon

  • Switch from azure-storage gem to azure-storage-blob gem for Azure service.

    Peter Zhu

  • Add config.active_storage.draw_routes to disable Active Storage routes.

    Gannon McGibbon

  • Image analysis is skipped if ImageMagick returns an error.

    ActiveStorage::Analyzer::ImageAnalyzer#metadata would previously raise a MiniMagick::Error, which caused persistent ActiveStorage::AnalyzeJob failures. It now logs the error and returns {}, resulting in no metadata being added to the offending image blob.

    George Claghorn

  • Method calls on singular attachments return nil when no file is attached.

    Previously, assuming the following User model, user.avatar.filename would raise a Module::DelegationError if no avatar was attached:

    class User < ApplicationRecord
      has_one_attached :avatar

    They now return nil.

    Matthew Tanous

  • The mirror service supports direct uploads.

    New files are directly uploaded to the primary service. When a directly-uploaded file is attached to a record, a background job is enqueued to copy it to each secondary service.

    Configure the queue used to process mirroring jobs by setting config.active_storage.queues.mirror. The default is :active_storage_mirror.

    George Claghorn

  • The S3 service now permits uploading files larger than 5 gigabytes.

    When uploading a file greater than 100 megabytes in size, the service transparently switches to multipart uploads using a part size computed from the file's total size and S3's part count limit.

    No application changes are necessary to take advantage of this feature. You can customize the default 100 MB multipart upload threshold in your S3 service's configuration:

      service: s3
      access_key_id: <%= Rails.application.credentials.dig(:aws, :access_key_id) %>
      secret_access_key: <%= Rails.application.credentials.dig(:aws, :secret_access_key) %>
      region: us-east-1
      bucket: my-bucket
        multipart_threshold: <%= 250.megabytes %>

    George Claghorn

Please check 6-0-stable for previous changes.