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Episode #308 - September 25th, 2012

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We Raise Hell with RubyMotion, get the RailsDiff between Brakeman and code_analyzer, and syphon off some Nitron on this episode of Ruby5.

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Correctly upgrade your Rails app with RailsDiff Jump to Story

Jacob Swanner released an application a while back which we use internally quite a bit, called RailsDiff. RailsDiff lets you provide a starting Rails version and a destination Rails version and it displays the differences in the generated "rails new" framework code. It's great for identifying when new configuration options were added or defaults were changed between Rails versions.

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