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myrrha 3.1.0

Myrrha provides the coercion framework which is missing to Ruby. Coercions are simply defined as a set of rules for converting values from source to target domains (in an abstract sense). As a typical and useful example, it comes with a coerce() method providing a unique entry point for converting a string to a numeric, a boolean, a date, a time, an URI, and so on.

Versions:

  1. 3.1.0 - August 07, 2014 (28.5 KB)
  2. 3.0.0 - February 11, 2013 (28.5 KB)
  3. 3.0.0.rc7 - October 25, 2012 (28 KB)
  4. 3.0.0.rc6 - October 24, 2012 (28 KB)
  5. 3.0.0.rc5 - October 01, 2012 (28 KB)
Show all versions (15 total)

Runtime Dependencies (1):

  • domain ~> 1.0
  • Development Dependencies (5):

  • bluecloth ~> 2.2
  • rake ~> 10.0
  • rspec ~> 2.10
  • wlang ~> 0.10.2
  • yard ~> 0.7.4
  • Owners:

    Authors:

    • Bernard Lambeau

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    Total downloads 37,336

    For this version 4,564

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    Required Ruby Version: >= 0

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