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May 2023 RubyGems Updates

Welcome to the RubyGems monthly update! As part of our efforts at Ruby Central, we publish a recap of the work that we’ve done the previous month. Read on to find out what updates were made to RubyGems and in May.

RubyGems News

This month in RubyGems, we released RubyGems 3.4.13 and Bundler 2.4.13.

Other changes that landed in our repo during May were:

  • ongoing unification of RubyGems and Bundler codebases - #6691, #6716.
  • a fix for API key loading when RubyGems host is set to development - #6683.
  • a new error message to be shown when trying to update bundler in frozen mode - #6684.
  • an update that makes the frozen setting take precedence over the deployment setting - #6685.
  • a fix to correct deployment vs path precedence - #6703.

In May, RubyGems gained 91 new commits contributed by 9 authors. There were 674 additions and 1,001 deletions across 103 files. News

This month, saw several bug fixes and updates, some of which include:

  • improved styling on the reverse dependencies page - #3760.
  • an increased the number of puma threads: from 1 to 5 -#3773.
  • setting up kubeconform to lint rendered k8s yaml - #3774.
  • an added job to upload pre-rendered versions files to S3 -#3775.
  • an added email notification when MFA is enabled - #3779.
  • a fix to ensure x-amz-meta-Surrogate-Control is set for /versions from S3 - #3787.
  • an added development environment a default mailer port configuration - #3792.
  • renaming user OTP methods to reference OTP instead of MFA - #3807.
  • referencing UserWebauthnMethods in UserMultifactorMethods - #3808.

In May, gained 105 new commits, contributed by 12 authors. There were 1,515 additions and 1,223 deletions across 103 files.

Thank you

Thank you to all the contributors of RubyGems and for this month! Your contributions are greatly appreciated, and we are grateful for your support.

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