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Rails 3.2 and source

Published by Nick Sieger on

We announced this on Twitter, but it’s important enough to put here
for posterity.

To clarify, the following is put in Gemfile for new Rails 3.2 apps:

source ''

This means that the jruby-openssl gem must be installed before you
can generate a new Rails application.

An alternative is to run rails new --skip-bundle, ensure
jruby-openssl is installed, and then run bundle install inside
your new application.

We’re looking at options for incorporating more of jruby-openssl into
JRuby proper without importing the export-controlled crypto bits
(which is the reason we don’t currently ship jruby-openssl with
JRuby). If you’re interested, join us.