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New in 3.5.2:
* Security: Force cocaine to at least 0.5.3 to include a security fix
* Improvement: Fixed some README exmaples
* Feature: Added HTTP URL Proxy Adapter, can assign string URLs as attachments
* Improvement: Put validation errors on the base attribute and the sub-attribute
New in 3.5.1:
* Bug Fix: Returned the class-level `attachment_definitions` method for compatability.
* Improvement: Ensured compatability with Rails 4
* Improvement: Added Rails 4 to the Appraisals
* Bug Fix: #1296, where validations were generating errors
* Improvement: Specify MIT license in the gemspec
New in 3.5.0:
* Feature: Handle Base64-encoded data URIs as uploads
* Feature: Add a FilenameCleaner class to allow custom filename sanitation
* Improvement: Satisfied Mocha deprecation warnings
* Bug Fix: Allow empty string to be submitted and ignored, as some forms do this
* Improvement: Make #expiring_url behavior consistent with #url
* Bug Fix: "Validate" attachments without invoking AR's validations
* Improvement: Various refactorings for a cleaner codebase
* Improvement: Be agnostic, use ActiveModel when appropriate
* Improvement: Add validation errors to the base attachment attribute
* Improvement: Handle errors in rake tasks
* Improvement: Largely refactor has_attached_file into a new class
* Improvement: Added Ruby 2.0.0 as a supported platform and removed 1.8.7
* Improvement: Fixed some incompatabilities in the test suite
New in 3.4.2:
* Improvement: Use https for Gemfile urls
* Improvement: Updated and more correct documentation
* Improvement: Use the -optimize flag on animated GIFs
* Improvement: Remove the Gemfile.lock
* Improvement: Add #expiring_url as an alias for #url until the storage defines it
* Improvement: Remove path clash checking, as it's unnecessary
* Bug Fix: Do not rely on checking version numbers for aws-sdk
New in 3.4.1:
* Improvement: Various documentation fixes and improvements
* Bug Fix: Clearing an attachment with `preserve_files` on should still clear the attachment
* Bug Fix: Instances are #changed? when a new file is assigned
* Bug Fix: Correctly deal with S3 styles when using a lambda
* Improvement: Accept and pass :credential_provider option to AWS-SDK
* Bug Fix: Sanitize original_filename more correctly in IO Adapters
* Improvement: s3_host_name can be a lambda
* Improvement: Cache some interpolations for speed
* Improvement: Update to latest cocaine
* Improvement: Update copyrights, various typos
New in 3.4.0:
* Bug Fix: Allow UploadedFileAdapter to force the use of `file`
* Bug Fix: Close the file handle when dealing with URIs
* Bug Fix: Ensure files are closed for writing when we're done.
* Bug Fix: Fixed 'type' being nil on Windows 7 error.
* Bug Fix: Fixed nil access when no s3 headers are defined
* Bug Fix: Fixes auto_orientation
* Bug Fix: Prevent a missing method error when switching from aws_sdk to fog
* Bug Fix: Properly fail to process invalid attachments
* Bug Fix: Server-side encryption is specified correctly
* Bug Fix: fog_public returned to true by default
* Bug Fix: Check attachment paths for duplicates, not URLs
* Feature: Add Attachment#blank?
* Feature: Add support for blacklisting certain content_types
* Feature: Add support for style-specific s3 headers and meta data
* Feature: Allow only_process to be a lambda
* Feature: Allow setting of escape url as a default option
* Feature: Create :override_file_permissions option for filesystem attachments
* Improvement: Add Attachment#as_json
* Improvement: Evaluate lambdas for fog_file properties
* Improvement: Extract geometry parsing into factories
* Improvement: Fixed various typos
* Improvement: Refactored some tests
* Improvement: Reuse S3 connections
New In 3.3.1:
* Bug Fix: Moved Filesystem's copy_to_local_file to the right place.
New in 3.3.0:
* Improvement: Upgrade cocaine to 0.4
New in 3.2.0:
* Bug Fix: Use the new correct Amazon S3 encryption header.
* Bug Fix: The rake task respects the updated_at column.
* Bug Fix: Strip newline from content type.
* Feature: Fog file visibility can be specified per style.
* Feature: Automatically rotate images.
* Feature: Reduce class-oriented programming of the attachment definitions.
New in 3.1.4:
* Bug Fix: Allow user to be able to set path without `:style` attribute and not raising an error.
This is a regression introduced in 3.1.3, and that feature will be postponed to another minor
release instead.
* Feature: Allow for URI Adapter as an optional paperclip io adapter.
New in 3.1.3:
* Bug Fix: Copy empty attachment between instances is now working.
* Bug Fix: Correctly rescue Fog error.
* Bug Fix: Using default path and url options in Fog storage now work as expected.
* Bug Fix: `Attachment#s3_protocol` now returns a protocol without colon suffix.
* Feature: Paperclip will now raise an error if multiple styles are defined but no `:style`
interpolation exists in `:path`.
* Feature: Add support for `#{attachment}_created_at` field
* Bug Fix: Paperclip now gracefully handles msising file command.
* Bug Fix: `StringIOAdapter` now accepts content type.
New in 3.1.2:
* Bug Fix: #remove_attachment on 3.1.0 and 3.1.1 mistakenly trying to remove the column that has
the same name as data type (such as :string, :datetime, :interger.) You're advised to update to
Paperclip 3.1.2 as soon as possible.
New in 3.1.1:
* Bug Fix: Paperclip will only load Paperclip::Schema only when Active Record is available.
New in 3.1.0:
* Feature: Paperclip now support new migration syntax (sexy migration) that reads better:
class AddAttachmentToUsers < ActiveRecord::Migration
def self.up
create_table :users do |t|
t.attachment :avatar
Also, schema-definition level syntax has been added:
add_attachment :users, :avatar
remove_attachment :users, :avatar
* Feature: Migration now support Rails 3.2+ `change` method.
* API CHANGE: Old `t.has_attached_file` and `drop_attached_file` are now deprecated. You're advised
to update your migration file before the next MAJOR version.
* Bug Fix: Tempfile now rewinded before generating fingerprint
* API CHANGE: Tempfiles are now unlinked after `after_flush_writes`
If you need to interact with the generated tempfiles, please define an `after_flush_writes` method
in your model. You'll be able to access files via `@queue_for_write` instance variable.
* Bug Fix: `:s3_protocol` can now be defined as either String or Symbol
* Bug Fix: Tempfiles are now rewinded before get passed into `after_flush_writes`
* Feature: Added expiring_url method to Fog Storage
* API CHANGE: Paperclip now tested against AWS::SDK 1.5.2 onward
* Bug Fix: Improved the output of the content_type validator so the actual failure is displayed
* Feature: Animated formats now identified using ImageMagick.
* Feature: AttachmentAdapter now support fetching attachment with specific style.
* Feature: Paperclip default options can now be configured in Rails.configuration.
* Feature: add Geometry#resize_to to calculate dimensions of new source.
* Bug Fix: Fixed a bug whereby a file type with multiple mime types but no official type would cause
the best_content_type to throw an error on trying nil.content_type.
* Bug Fix: Fix problem when the gem cannot be installed on the system that has Asepsis installed.
New in 3.0.4:
* Feature: Adds support for S3 scheme-less URL generation.
New in 3.0.3:
* Bug Fix: ThumbnailProcessor now correctly detects and preserve animated GIF.
* Bug Fix: File extension is now preserved in generated Tempfile from adapter.
* Bug Fix: Uploading file with unicode file name now won't raise an error when
logging in the AWS is turned on.
* Bug Fix: Task "paperclip:refresh:missing_styles" now work correctly.
* Bug Fix: Handle the case when :restricted_characters is nil.
* Bug Fix: Don't delete all the existing styles if we reprocess.
* Bug Fix: Content type is now ensured to not having a new line character.
* API CHANGE: Non-Rails usage should include Paperclip::Glue directly.
`Paperclip::Railtie` was intended to be used with Ruby on Rails only. If you're
using Paperclip without Rails, you should include `Paperclip::Glue` into
`ActiveRecord::Base` instead of requiring `paperclip/railtie`:
ActiveRecord::Base.send :include, Paperclip::Glue
* Bug Fix: AttachmentContentTypeValidator now allow you to specify :allow_blank/:allow_nil
* Bug Fix: Make sure content type always a String.
* Bug Fix: Fix attachment.reprocess! when using storage providers fog and s3.
* Bug Fix: Fix a problem with incorrect content_type detected with 'file' command for an empty file on Mac.
New in 3.0.2:
* API CHANGE: Generated migration class name is now plural (AddAttachmentToUsers instead of AddAttachmentToUser)
* API CHANGE: Remove Rails plugin initialization code.
* API CHANGE: Explicitly require Ruby 1.9.2 in the Gemfile.
* Bug Fix: Fixes AWS::S3::Errors::RequestTimeout on Model#save.
* Bug Fix: Fix a problem when there's no logger specified.
* Bug Fix: Fix a problem when attaching Rack::Test::UploadedFile instance.
New in 3.0.1:
* Feature: Introduce Paperlip IO adapter.
* Bug Fix: Regression in AttachmentContentTypeValidator has been fixed.
* API CHANGE: #to_file has been removed. Use the #copy_to_local_file method instead.
New in 3.0.0:
* API CHANGE: Paperclip now requires at least Ruby on Rails version 3.0.0
* API CHANGE: The default :url and :path have changed. The new scheme avoids
filesystem conflicts and scales to handle larger numbers of uploads.
The easiest way to upgrade is to add an explicit :url and :path to your
has_attached_file calls:
has_attached_file :avatar,
:path => ":rails_root/public/system/:attachment/:id/:style/:filename",
:url => "/system/:attachment/:id/:style/:filename"
* Feature: Adding Rails 3 style validators, and adding `validates_attachment` method as a shorthand.
* Bug Fix: Paperclip's rake tasks now loading records in batch.
* Bug Fix: Attachment style name with leading number now not raising an error.
* Bug Fix: File given to S3 and Fog storage will now be rewinded after flush_write.
* Feature: You can now pass addional parameter to S3 expiring URL, such as :content_type.
New in 2.7.0:
* Bug Fix: Checking the existence of a file on S3 handles all AWS errors.
* Bug Fix: Clear the fingerprint when removing an attachment.
* Bug Fix: Attachment size validation message reads more nicely now.
* Feature: Style names can be either symbols or strings.
* Compatibility: Support for ActiveSupport < 2.3.12.
* Compatibility: Support for Rails 3.2.
New in 2.6.0:
* Bug Fix: Files are re-wound after reading.
* Feature: Remove Rails dependency from specs that need Paperclip.
* Feature: Validation matchers support conditionals.
New in 2.5.2:
* Bug Fix: Can be installed on Windows.
* Feature: The Fog bucket name, authentication, and host can be determined at runtime via Proc.
* Feature: Special characters are replaced with underscores in #url and #path.
New in 2.5.1:
* Feature: After we've computed the content type, pass it to Fog.
* Feature: S3 encryption with the new :s3_server_side_encryption option.
* Feature: Works without ActiveRecord, allowing for e.g. mongo backends.
New in 2.5.0:
* Performance: Only connect to S3 when absolutely needed.
* Bug Fix: STI with cached classes respect new options.
* Bug Fix: conditional validations broke, and now work again.
* Feature: URL generation is now parameterized and can be changed with plugins or custom code.
* Feature: :convert_options and :source_file_options to control the ImageMagick processing.
* Performance: String geometry specifications now parse more quickly.
* Bug Fix: Handle files with question marks in the filename.
* Bug Fix: Don't raise an error when generating an expiring URL on an unassigned attachment.
* Bug Fix: The rake task runs over all instances of an ActiveRecord model, ignoring default scopes.
* Feature: DB migration has_attached_file and drop_attached_file methods.
* Bug Fix: Switch from AWS::S3 to AWS::SDK for the S3 backend.
* Bug Fix: URL generator uses '?' in the URL unless it already appears and there is no prior '='.
* Bug Fix: Always convert the content type to a string before stripping blanks.
* Feature: The :keep_old_files option preserves the files in storage even when the attachment is cleared or changed.
* Performance: Optimize Fog's public_url access by avoiding it when possible.
* Bug Fix: Avoid a runtime error when generating the ID partition for an unsaved attachment.
* Performance: Do not calculate the fingerprint if it is never persisted.
* Bug Fix: Process the :original style before all others, in case of a dependency.
* Feature: S3 headers can be set at runtime by passing a proc object as the value.
* Bug Fix: Generating missing attachment styles for a model which has had its attachment changed should not raise.
* Bug Fix: Do not collide with the built-in Ruby hashing method.