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  Last Wednesday

A new interactive mode for Bundler

Announcing bundle_update_interactive, a new gem that adds a nifty update-interactive command to Bundler, inspired by yarn upgrade-interactive. Browse the gems in your project that need updating, identify the ones affected by security vulnerabilities, and see risks at a glance with semver color highlighting. Having second thoughts about an upgrade? A changelog link is displayed for each gem so you can dive into the details. More docs and screenshots in the README: https://github.com/mattbrictson/bundle_update_interactive

Another bundle update related gem: https://github.com/mattbrictson/bundleup …
For some additional context: bundle_update_interactive is an improved, interact…

GoodJob v4

Since the previous major version, GoodJob v3.0 (June 2022), there have been 110 minor/patch releases from 88 contributors with many new features and improvements including: batches, bulk enqueuing, labelled jobs, job throttling, dark mode for the web dashboard, storage of error backtraces and contexts, ordered queues, the ability to pause repeating/cron-like jobs, systemd integration, healthchecks, and much more. https://island94.org/2024/07/introducing-goodjob-v4

Etcher 2.0.0: An advanced configuration loader

If you need robust configuration loading, validation, and modeling (with optional transformations), then Etcher 2.0.0 might the firepower you need. This release smooths out some of the rough edges in the 1.x.x series while giving more power to overrides (should you need them). Additional transformers and loaders are provided to make life a bit easier too. [more inside]

Ruby Fusion: Milestones

The next Ruby Fusion gathering is fast approaching. If interested in release note generation, strict semantic versioning, and deployment using the Milestoner gem, please register to attend on July 11th at 6:30pm MDT. There’s a lot this gem can do for you!

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