*Does the book _cover_ the latest features...

Sorry for the double post, but that's such a glaring mistake.

On 10/22/05, Peter Burns <rictic / gmail.com> wrote:
> Does the book covers the latest features and changes in version 0.14? I
> haven't generated a new copy of it in a little while (and I couldn't see how
> to do so from their site), but last I checked it didn't cover things like
> Active Migrations, Switchtower, and the like.
>
> Of course, I should also say that quality-wise the book is excellent. I
> probably wouldn't have learned Rails without it, and it's a huge step up
> from anything else that I know for learning Rails at the moment, but as far
> as I know it isn't up to date on the newest version.
>
> On 10/21/05, Patrick Hurley <phurley / gmail.com > wrote:
> >
> > On 10/20/05, cyx.ucron / gmail.com < cyx.ucron / gmail.com> wrote:
> > > i just like to ask if the book is up to date with the current / latest
> > > release of rails, or if it indicates deprecated method names /
> > > approaches / techniques.
> >
> > The book is up to date, there have been a few additions to Rails since
> > it was written, but nothing in the book is depreciated or changed. I
> > will also offer a personal recommendation -- I have it and have found
> > it valuable.
> >
> > pth
> >
> >
>
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