Rails 6.1 new framework defaults: what they do and how to safely uncomment them

When you run rails app:update on a Rails 6.0 app, it creates a file with 16 new default configuration settings. Here’s what they do and how you should use them.

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5 thoughts on “Rails 6.1 new framework defaults: what they do and how to safely uncomment them”

  1. The one about inverse\_of bit us in production recently, and we had to explicitly write it out in models to get it to work as expected, had no idea we could turn off this behavior.

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