Hi, it’s zzak. We’re officially half-way through June, and we’ve got a shorter edition this week but let’s hop in.
Enable `force_ssl=true` in production by default
This PR affects newly generated apps to make SSL enforcement the default behavior in production mode, ensuring all access to the application occurs over SSL, with Strict-Transport-Security and use secure cookies.
Adding PG enum drop, rename, add value, rename value
Initially opened over a year ago, this PR has finally been merged and adds `rename_enum`, `rename_enum_value`, and `add_enum_value` support to the PostgreSQL adapter.
Fix setting inverses for composite primary key associations
This bug fix for models using the `inverse_of` option which caused the related record not to be saved when using composite primary keys.
Fix `destroy_all` for `has_many through:` associations that points to a CPK model
Another bug fix for composite primary keys was affecting `destroy_all` when using the `has_many through:` association that points to a model with composite primary key.
Store `secret_key_base` in `Rails.config` for local environments.
Since secrets have been deprecated in favor of credentials, this PR removes the last dependency for local environments by using `Rails.config.secret_key_base` instead of `Rails.application.secrets.secret_key_base`.
Deprecate calling `Rails.application.secrets`
With the last PR merged a deprecation warning will now show up when you call `Rails.application.secrets`, instead you should use `Rails.application.credentials`.
Use cache `:coder` option to specify `:message_pack`
This PR removes the unreleased `:message_pack` option from `config.active_support.cache_format_version` and instead provides a new `:coder` option to the `config.cache_store` flag.
You can view the whole list of changes here.
We had 24 contributors to the Rails codebase this past week!
Until next time!