|author||Eric Wong <email@example.com>||2019-04-15 06:48:31 +0000|
|committer||Eric Wong <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2019-04-15 06:48:31 +0000|
doc: unicorn_rails: clarify that it is intended for rails <= 2.x
Hopefully the wording is a little more explicit and clearer by stating its purpose in the first line of the description.
1 files changed, 5 insertions, 7 deletions
diff --git a/Documentation/unicorn_rails.1.txt b/Documentation/unicorn_rails.1.txt
index fb0e60f..0ce9bcf 100644
@@ -12,14 +12,12 @@ unicorn_rails [-c CONFIG_FILE] [-E RAILS_ENV] [-D] [RACKUP_FILE]
-A rackup(1)-like command to launch Rails applications using Unicorn. It
-is expected to be started in your Rails application root (RAILS_ROOT),
-but the "working_directory" directive may be used in the CONFIG_FILE.
+A rackup(1)-like command to launch ancient Rails (2.x and earlier)
+applications using Unicorn. Rails 3 (and later) support Rack natively,
+so users are encouraged to use unicorn(1) instead of unicorn_rails(1).
-It is designed to help Rails 1.x and 2.y users transition to Rack, but
-it is NOT needed for Rails 3 applications. Rails 3 users are encouraged
-to use unicorn(1) instead of unicorn_rails(1). Users of Rails 1.x/2.y
-may also use unicorn(1) instead of unicorn_rails(1).
+It is expected to be started in your Rails application root (RAILS_ROOT),
+but the "working_directory" directive may be used in the CONFIG_FILE.
The outward interface resembles rackup(1), the internals and default
middleware loading is designed like the `script/server` command