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Now that we have the big Rails 2.0 release out the door, it’s a lot easier to push out smaller updates more frequently. Rails 2.0.2 contains a bunch of smaller fixes to various bugs, no show-stopping action, just further polish. SQLite3 is the new default database Most importantly is SQLite3 as the new database we’ll configure for by default when you run the rails generation command without any specification.This change comes as SQLite3 is simply an easier out of the box experience than My SQL.

If you want to preconfigure your database for My SQL (or any of the other adapters), you simply do “rails -d mysql myapp” and everything is the same as before.

But if you’re just playing with a new application or building a smallish internal tool, then I strongly recommend having a look at SQLite3.

Thanks to the agnostic db/schema.rb, it’s as easy as changing your config/to switch from SQLite3 to My SQL (or another database) as soon as your load warrants it.

Don’t check for template changes in production mode New applications will be generated with the following option in their config/environments/production.rb: config.action_view.cache_template_loading = true This will stop Rails from constantly doing calls to the file system to check if the file has changed.

This can make for a lot of I/O activity, especially if you have lots of partials.

If you have very fast disks, this may not matter, but if you’re running off slower disks it can make quite a big difference.

The drawback is that you can no longer just svnup a single template file and see it changed immediately.

You’ll have to restart the application servers to make that happen.

Regardless, we feel that this is the better default in a partial-heavy world, but you’re of course always free to change it.

Rails 2.0.2 is a drop-in replacement for Rails 2.0 To upgrade, just do “gem install rails” (if the gems are still not propagated, use —source or use the new rel_2-0-2 tag.

The Rails router recognizes URLs and dispatches them to a controller's action.

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