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Upgrading to Rails 4.0 from Rails 3.2 – Test case – Part I (preparations, configuration, gems)

I just wrote a first part of a tutorial on how to update you Rails application from Rails 3.2 to Rails 4. You can check it out here: Upgrading to Rails 4.0 from Rails 3.2 – Test case – Part I (preparations, configuration, gems).

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