It looks like a new syntax for declaring enums in your models has been introduced. Instead of passing the name and values as a key/value pair, it can now be passed as two separate arguments instead. Not a big change in itself but what this enables is in my opinion a more intuitive way to pass additional options.
Up until now, you would typically declare it something like this
class Product < ActiveRecord::Base enum status: [ :draft, :active, :archived ], _prefix: true, _scopes: true, _default: :draft end
But going forward, you can also (both ways seem possible for now) declare it in the following way
class Product < ActiveRecord::Base enum :status, [ :draft, :active, :archived ], prefix: true, scopes: true, default: :draft end
Notice how there is no leading underscore in the optional arguments.
And just to give you a refresher, both of the above syntaxes will result in the following instance methods and scopes:
# Instance methods @product.status_draft? @product.status_draft! @product.status_active? @product.status_active! @product.status_archived? @product.status_archived! # Scopes Product.status_draft Product.status_active Product.status_archived
Thank you for reading!