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Episode #47 - February 2, 2010

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Rails_upgrade, smart_cookie_store, and Rack::ForceIE7 are covered in this episode of Ruby5. We also touch on the Jemini screencasts, delayed paperclip, Ruby gems for VirtualBox, and Capybara.

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  • rails_upgrade
  • smart_cookie_store
  • Jemini
  • Rack::ForceIE7
  • Delayed Paperclip
  • VirtualBox
  • Capybara
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