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Ruby version 2.1.5 was released, including a fix for a security vulnerability documented in CVE-2014-8090. If for some reason you cannot update Ruby, the post for the CVE shows a monkeypatch you can use as a workaround.
Scribble is an open source templating language similar to Liquid. It provides useful error messages, instead of ignoring errors at runtime. It can also convert between formats, like HTML and Markdown, and uses an object-oriented language syntax.
Curly is a template language that completely separates structure and logic. Instead of interspersing your HTML with snippets of Ruby, all logic is moved to a presenter class. Templates look similar to Handlebars, where calls to Ruby methods are wrapped inside curly braces.
Frederik Dudzik wrote to us about Rubysierung, a statically-typed implementation of Ruby. This would allow some error checking to occur at compile-time, similar to C, Java, and Haskell. With Rubysierung, one can specify an object’s type using Ruby’s built-in conversion methods.
minitest-reporters is a gem that allows developers to customize output from minitest. It swaps out the default Minitest runner to the custom one used by minitestreporters, and uses the correct reporters for Textmate, Rubymine, and the console.
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Tail call optimizations, keeping migrations healthy, how raptor is so much faster, the psychology of SAAS products, and Ru for your CLI all in this episode of the Ruby5!
Command line utilities, autoload paths, a handful of Ruby and Rails releases, security analysis tools, and more on this episode of Ruby5.
The shiny new Rubinius 2.3.0, Zopfli-ffi to compress things a lot, Benchmarking Rack Middleware, Enums and Queries in Rails 4.1, Understanding the Ruby Garbage Collector and Hunting for Leaks in Ruby.
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