I have a custom serializer object that I use for an attribute of
ActiveRecord as presented in this article:

If I assign a value to that attribute with a form (in my case a nested
form), I don't get the deserialized value in the params hash as it used
to be with Rails 3.1, but now I get a serializer struct that contains
the custom serializer class instance and the deserialized value.

Does anybody know whether this is intentional, or is it just broken and
I have to work around that until it gets fixed...?

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