This guide covers the process of migrating an old Spree 2/3 extension to Spree 4.
This doesn't work well with the old approach to decorators (files that name ends with decorator.rb, eg.
app/models/spree/order_decorator.rb) using class_eval.
To fix this we need to convert all
class_evaldecorators to modules and use Module.prepend. Also we need to name them properly according to Zeitwerk naming rules
Example of an old decorator:
the same decorator in the new notation:
You can always find up-to-date Travis CI config here: https://github.com/spree/spree/blob/master/cmd/lib/spree_cmd/templates/extension/travis.yml For the rationale of the changes please look at the blame view: https://github.com/spree/spree/blame/master/cmd/lib/spree_cmd/templates/extension/travis.yml
You can always find up-to-date Appraisals config here: https://github.com/spree/spree/blob/master/cmd/lib/spree_cmd/templates/extension/Appraisals
For the rationale of the changes please look at the blame view: https://github.com/spree/spree/blame/master/cmd/lib/spree_cmd/templates/extension/Appraisals
After each change please remember to re-generate gemfiles by running:
bundle exec appraisal generate --travis
Please remember to prepare versioned overrides for both Spree 3.x and 4.x, eg. https://github.com/spree-contrib/spree_static_content/commit/e4b9e4900024235158d0ec1a48a100b4732348ef
Spree 4 uses Bootstrap 4 and many partials and HTML structure changed compared to Spree 3.x.
Also - remember to add deface gem to gemspec as deface itself was removed as a dependency of Spree. eg. https://github.com/spree/spree_auth_devise/commit/d729689ca87d8586e541ffcc865ef1e0a5a79fe4
Replace all development dependencies with: