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Rubyroid Labs Team keeps an eye on everything what happens in Ruby and Ruby on Rails world. Meet Ruby 2.3.3 release and check out what it has brought about.
Keeping track of technology development is extremely important for a number of reasons: it lets one be the first to now about new tricks and tools available, better understand major tendencies of the tech world and simply be aware of any changes that might be required in future. That’s why we trace Ruby and Ruby on Rails releases so closely.
So let’s see what Ruby 2.3.3 release has brought about. Basically it is a result of regress testing of Ruby 2.3.2 release, which means that it’s main aim is not to bring new features, but to fix some bugs resulted from the previous release.
Ruby 2.3.3 deals with the following issues:
- NoMethodError, which appears in combination of Refinements and Module#prepend
- Tempfile#initialize bug
- Verification of gem certification
- And some others, which can be checked here.
So if you have updated to Ruby 2.3.2 recently and had some troubles with it, it might be the right time to update with the new version.