Today we are introducing Ruby on Rails 5.2 support for Spree Commerce versions 4.0, 4.1, and 4.2, and thanks to that, it’s now easier to make the upgrade from Spree 3 to 4.
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We heard rumors that the migration from Spree 3.7 to 4.x was no easy task. The main reason behind that being the Ruby on Rails 5 to 6 upgrade requirement. So – to put an end to those nasty rumors once and for all – we decided to make it easier for you.
The solution: You can now upgrade to Spree 4 without the need to upgrade Rails in the process. In an attempt to simplify the procedure as much as possible, we’ve also updated the Spree 3.7 -> 4.0 upgrade guide. Hopefully, those of you who were struggling in the past find the new process much more straightforward.
To sum up:
- Spree 4 now supports Rails 5.2, 6.0, and 6.1, as well as Ruby 2.5+ and 3.0.
- Spree 4 will include Rails 7 support when it’s released, but we will not force you to make any Rails upgrades in the future (even when upgrading to Spree 5)
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