Ruby & Rails Compatibility Table
This is a short post to show the compatibility between Ruby on Rails and Ruby across different versions. In the process of upgrading really old applications to more modern versions of Ruby and Rails we have ran into a lot of these combinations.
|6.1.0||>= 2.5.0||>= 1.8.11||Alpha|
|6.0.x||>= 2.5.0||>= 1.8.11||Maintained|
|5.2.x||>= 2.2.2||>= 1.8.11||Maintained for Security Issues|
|5.1.x||>= 2.2.2||>= 1.8.11||EOL|
|5.0.x||>= 2.2.2||>= 1.8.11||EOL|
|4.2.x||>= 1.9.3||2.2||>= 1.8.11||EOL|
|4.1.x to 4.2.0||>= 1.9.3||2.1||>= 1.8.11||EOL|
|4.0.5 to 4.1.0.rc2||>= 1.9.3||>= 1.8.11||EOL|
|4.0.0 to 4.0.x||>= 1.8.7||>= 1.8.11||EOL|
|3.2.22 to 18.104.22.168||1.8.7||2.2||>= 1.3.6||EOL|
|3.2.13 to 22.214.171.124||1.8.7||2.0||>= 1.3.6||EOL|
|0.8.0 to 3.2.13.rc2||1.8.7||>= 1.3.6||EOL|
Need to Upgrade Rails?
If you want to upgrade Rails, check out our series of articles that cover from Rails 2.3 to Rails 6.0: Articles by FastRuby.io about Rails upgrades
If you don't have the time to do it yourself and you have a budget to hire our team, send us a message over here: Contact FastRuby.io
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