Rails 2.3.5

December 5, 2009 at 7:35 pm Leave a comment

Rails 2.3.5 is out. It provides a better Ruby 1.9 compatibility, you will now not need to escape everything with h() if you install a RailsXss plugin – I think this is great, and now the Nokogiri XML parser can be used.

By the way, to see how powerful Nokogiri is for parsing HTML, watch the episode on screenscraping by Ryan Bates.


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