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Rails 2.3.3 Released: Nothing Big, But Not To Be Sneezed At

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David Heinemeier Hansson, creator of Rails, has just announced the release of Rails 2.3.3.

Rails 2.3.3 is primarily a bug fixing release, but a few new features have creeped in, including decoding backends for faster JSON and YAML libraries, the touch method for "touching" a record's timestamp (but nothing else), and a :primary_key option for belongs_to associations to allow support for more legacy schemas.

Other than that, not a particularly exciting release, but the main focus is now on Rails 3.0.

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