(Only outstanding content changes listed, the texts and code are constantly updated and fixed thanks to awesome contributors.)
- 3.1 changelog added. Better late than never, right?..
- 3.0 changelog added!
- Documentation linking switched to docs.ruby-lang.org for good. Unfortunately, alternative sites are glitching with Ruby’s everchanging docs formatting.
- 2.7 changelog added!
In 2.7 changelog, links to docs sometimes switched to “official” docs.ruby-lang.org website. Most of the time, we are linking to ruby-doc.org, which, while being unofficial, has two advantages: a) it looks a bit nicer and b) it doesn’t mix what is in core and what came from standard libraries. Unfortunately, as of release date of 2.7, ruby-doc.org’s rendering is unable to properly handle new core methods implemented inruby-doc.org was fixed!
.rbfiles (compare GC docs on official site, and on ruby-doc.org)
- Atom feed added to the site, allowing to put it in your favorite aggregator (yes, I am aware it is almost 2020 and nobody does this anymore).
- 2.4 changelog added;
- 2.5 and 2.6 updated significantly with missing details/recent updates and mentions of upcoming (in 2.7) changes;
- “Highlights” added to the top of the each release with short (and subjective) list of the most visible changes;
- Book styles updated a bit for easier reading;
- More metainformation about each version added to its page (initial release date, current status, etc.).
- Ruby 2.5 changelog added
- Initial release (2.6 only)