Theoretically, you can upgrade from 1.0 straight to 2.0. You won't need to
keep up with every point release. We try hard to keep the upgrade path easy.

That said, pay attention to rb-site upgrade's instructions, as we'll note
if there's any manual work you need to do to complete an upgrade.

Christian

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On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 5:39 PM, MoonWalker <daniel.cabrera...@gmail.com>wrote:

> I was wondering if incremental update is required or not? Lets say that I
> am using 1.7.21 and I do not want to update until 1.7.34 can I do that or
> shall update from 1.7.21 to 1.7.34 without risking any major issues.
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