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  Yesterday

Gem that detects possible memory leaks early

Memory leak happens when application tries to load a lot of things to the memory and holds them, so garbadge collector cannot collect objects untill request is fully served. When Ruby virtual machine gets memory from the operating system it won’t be able to return it back because of the page fragmentation, so your monitoring will show that application took a lot and stopped somewhere. [more inside]

Released bundler-audit 0.9.1

bundler-audit 0.9.1 was released which fixes a regression in the Bundler::Audit::Task rake task, which was introduced in 0.9.0. The regression caused the rake task to not exit with an error if bundler-audit detected vulnerabilities. If you use the rake task as part of your CI process, upgrading to 0.9.1 is highly recommended. See the ChangeLog for more details about this release.

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