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1 parent 947cc87 commit 60a961f3b639ffb4f83fcdff89e93a200f09af60 @prathamesh-sonpatki prathamesh-sonpatki committed May 12, 2013
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2 guides/source/3_0_release_notes.md
@@ -342,7 +342,7 @@ Helpers that do something else, like `cache` or `content_for`, are not affected
* Helpers now output HTML 5 by default.
* Form label helper now pulls values from I18n with a single value, so `f.label :name` will pull the `:name` translation.
* I18n select label on should now be :en.helpers.select instead of :en.support.select.
-* You no longer need to place a minus sign at the end of a ruby interpolation inside an ERB template to remove the trailing carriage return in the HTML output.
+* You no longer need to place a minus sign at the end of a Ruby interpolation inside an ERB template to remove the trailing carriage return in the HTML output.
* Added `grouped_collection_select` helper to Action View.
* `content_for?` has been added allowing you to check for the existence of content in a view before rendering.
* passing `:value => nil` to form helpers will set the field's `value` attribute to nil as opposed to using the default value
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2 guides/source/active_support_core_extensions.md
@@ -166,7 +166,7 @@ NOTE: Defined in `active_support/core_ext/object/duplicable.rb`.
### `deep_dup`
-The `deep_dup` method returns deep copy of a given object. Normally, when you `dup` an object that contains other objects, ruby does not `dup` them, so it creates a shallow copy of the object. If you have an array with a string, for example, it will look like this:
+The `deep_dup` method returns deep copy of a given object. Normally, when you `dup` an object that contains other objects, Ruby does not `dup` them, so it creates a shallow copy of the object. If you have an array with a string, for example, it will look like this:
```ruby
array = ['string']
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2 guides/source/routing.md
@@ -857,7 +857,7 @@ resources :user_permissions, controller: 'admin/user_permissions'
This will route to the `Admin::UserPermissions` controller.
NOTE: Only the directory notation is supported. Specifying the
-controller with ruby constant notation (eg. `:controller =>
+controller with Ruby constant notation (eg. `:controller =>
'Admin::UserPermissions'`) can lead to routing problems and results in
a warning.

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