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Deprecation specifies the API used by Rails to deprecate methods, instance variables, objects and constants.

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Constants
DEFAULT_BEHAVIORS = { raise: ->(message, callstack) { e = DeprecationException.new(message) e.set_backtrace(callstack) raise e }, stderr: ->(message, callstack) { $stderr.puts(message) $stderr.puts callstack.join("\n ") if debug }, log: ->(message, callstack) { logger = if defined?(Rails) && Rails.logger Rails.logger else require 'active_support/logger' ActiveSupport::Logger.new($stderr) end logger.warn message logger.debug callstack.join("\n ") if debug }, notify: ->(message, callstack) { ActiveSupport::Notifications.instrument("deprecation.rails", :message => message, :callstack => callstack) }, silence: ->(message, callstack) {}, }
 

Default warning behaviors per Rails#env.

Attributes
[RW] deprecation_horizon

The version number in which the deprecated behavior will be removed, by default.

Class Public methods
new(deprecation_horizon = '4.2', gem_name = 'Rails')

It accepts two parameters on initialization. The first is a version of library and the second is a library name

ActiveSupport::Deprecation.new('2.0', 'MyLibrary')
# File activesupport/lib/active_support/deprecation.rb, line 35
def initialize(deprecation_horizon = '4.2', gem_name = 'Rails')
  self.gem_name = gem_name
  self.deprecation_horizon = deprecation_horizon
  # By default, warnings are not silenced and debugging is off.
  self.silenced = false
  self.debug = false
end