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has_many :bugs, :through => :rails: Active Record Query Interface 3.0

In short, passing options hash containing :conditions, :include, :joins, :limit, :offset, :order, :select, :readonly, :group, :having, :from, :lock to any of the ActiveRecord provided class methods, is now deprecated.
Ruby on Rails 3.0 Release Notes
Rails 3.0 is a landmark release as it delivers on the Merb/Rails merge promise made in December 2008. Rails 3.0 provides major upgrades to all of the components of Rails, including a complete overhaul of the router and query APIs.
These big picture changes have concentrated on a few key areas: * Decoupling Rails components from one another as much as possible, making things more modular and a la carte. * Pulling in improvements from Merb and rewrite/refactor much of the internals to improve performance. * Exposing explicit, documented API’s for common tasks and integration of wider ecosystem components from testing, ORM, etc.
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Riding Rails: Merb gets merged into Rails 3!
We all realized that working together for a common good would be much more productive than duplicating things on each side of the fence. Merb and Rails already share so much in terms of design and sensibility that joining forces seemed like the obvious way to go. All we needed was to sit down for a chat and hash it out, so we did just that.
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Rails 3 Reading Material | Medium eXposure
Katz Got Your Tongue? » Rails and Merb Merge
Today is a fairly momentous day in the history of Ruby web frameworks. You will probably find the news I’m about to share with you fairly shocking, but I will attempt to explain the situation. Before talking tech, and even going into the details
Rails and Merb Will Merge. The end result? Rails 3. See too
Katz Got Your Tongue?
The Lowdown on Routes in Rails 3 | Engine Yard Ruby on Rails Blog
The Rails 3 routing looks great: – Chris Wanstrath (defunkt)
Ruby on Rails: Rails 3 Screencasts
ptions for Rails and the new Action Dispatch component. Action Dispatch contains a new syntax for routing which is even more concise and readable.
Rails Dispatch | Presented by Engine Yard
Upgrading a Rails 2 App to Rails 3
In this article, we’ll go through the main areas of Rails 3 that have seen major improvements. We’ll see how the evolution of Rails into its current mature form makes it easy to accomplish usual tasks, while also packing up new features any serious developer would appreciate.
Upgrade a Rails 2 App to Rails 3
Rethinking Rails 3 Controllers and Routes | Free PeepCode Blog
Improving URL routing for web apps.