Here are the checksums for 4.2.10.rc1: $ shasum -a 256 *-4.2.10.rc191f279396cd0757784445294a0422c37113a6d49c856ed1b6ce60cd2d6cd4c57 actionmailer-4.2.10.rc12f582b5c3b42dea2a877af76812168ad721b583f501c748c32699686d8996c6e actionpack-4.2.10.rc11f587908650b6e96a500de3ccbeb229e8ffe1b8a06bbadc930acad762dd70503 actionview-4.2.10.rc1b68b1e2475e6cb118a66c9b1daa172965b634b311e81e6ec686f819f0c71c1c4 activejob-4.2.10.rc118507309ed0f00f5a6ffc09da1df5076f016f516ce8e7afe2b4138353ca7c915 activemodel-4.2.10.rc153a094625fe76d353d95cfd5cf0d989e5f0f18572cded546e3942e2647fdac5e activerecord-4.2.10.rc1e4bb02e67d57e9c52fbe0f90b367eb653f4906351b470ce60b34556bb5710b96 activesupport-4.2.10.rc19e43e2cda17c4d68b65eff9ef4df6c62c87a0f5779a612fd3dc06e80f0182c7c rails-4.2.10.rc1360a5c67a78c5fffaa27c6caa6ae4663d49ab675507ed61f95d2f51869b671b4 railties-4.2.10.rc1We’ve just made it even easier to use Webpack with Rails with this third major release of Webpacker.The two big changes are that a separate process is no longer needed in development and that the vast majority of the config now lives in the Webpacker npm package, so your directory stays clean and updates are much easier.
We nixed the need for the separate process by allowing Webpacker to compile on-demand in development as well as testing.
We’ve done a lot of work to speed up this process, and for lots of apps, the performance will be more than fine.
Here are the checksums for 4.2.10: $ shasum -a 256 *-4.2.10a93cedc87c05e4360dee32777872a9b851295e96d8a32b96ebc13e7c95967ec7 actionmailer-4.2.10fd6625bcb84dbfb48d7e7f6ab7d2b88ede925a455db02fbaec5047d57a7eca50 actionpack-4.2.101bae4a0385ba7384ed2ae4eddff80076f0c6b21cfc9d60cf0767723feb153dcb actionview-4.2.10e80776a73ba5cc32fefb372f11db289153b954c91db378ad689ad1896f515a82 activejob-4.2.103b513adc4f7483da117d25ac6505cc46794b4eb457b28597014975a97a929b30 activemodel-4.2.103218dbfa6f46df8e820577d56a21a3c9b9bb3f32410803a4357200b756594c5a activerecord-4.2.10275b14e515eb8c924bafa734417ec053a57f177ae9d3369f753d6f4437922268 activesupport-4.2.10141067e1dd4ec59d7a49e54936b68d8e44d8616515625dcf0387405a276d6b97 rails-4.2.103709315c522a2729bb7dcf97c05acc2d47b61521cac450ee03143321b1abde6a railties-4.2.10Hi everyone, I am happy to announce that Rails 4.2.10.rc1 has been released!
Per our release policy Rails 4.2 is no longer supported except for severe security fixes, but the last release introduced some regressions that warranted a release.
Go to Jenkins top page, select "New Job", then choose "Build a free-style software project".
This job type consists of the following elements: Jenkins sets some environment variables that are available to shell scripts, Windows batch files, Ant and Maven^#1^ files that are executed by Jenkins.
However, if your polling period is shorter than it takes to poll your revision control system, you may end up with multiple builds for each change.
You should either adjust your polling period to be longer than the amount of time it takes to poll your revision control system, or use a post-commit trigger. This makes Jenkins poll the SCM for changes rather than building immediately.
In some revision control systems like CVS, polling can take quite a long time.
In this case, you should probably use a post-commit hook to trigger the build.
You can have Jenkins poll your Revision Control System for changes.