Ruby Facets v2.9.3 Release Notes

Release Date: 2011-12-31 // over 10 years ago
  • 🚀 Happy New Year! Ruby Facets kicks off the year with a 2.9.x release. 🚀 This release adds a number of new methods, a few general improvements 🗄 and bug fixes, a couple of deprecations and finally settles the project down to a two-part core/standard project organization.

    🔄 Changes:

    • 🆕 New Features

      • Add Hash#url_params. (Matt Kirk)
      • Add Enumerable#hashify. (Ronen Barzel)
      • Add String#briefcase, similar to #titlecase.
      • Add Kernel#hierarchical_send (better replacement for preinitialize.rb).
      • Add Class#hierarchically, which supports #hierarchical_send.
      • Add Array#median, to get the sorted middle of an array.
      • Add Math#percentile and Math#median.
      • Add Instantiable mixin (returns from Mixers spin-off project).
      • Add Equitable mixin (returns from Mixers spin-off project).
      • Add Cloneable mixin (returns from Mixers spin-off project).
      • Add Array#each_pair and #each_value.
      • Add Numeric#positive? and #numeric?.
      • Add Method#* and #^ composition methods. (Mike Burns)
      • Add back Fixnum::MAX and MIN constants.
      • Add Binding#with.
    • 👌 Improved Features

      • Improve FileUtils#amass to be more robust.
      • Improve String#snakecase to convert spaces to underscores.
      • Improve String#camelcase to convert spaces to "camels".
      • Improve String#snakecase to not handle path names (use #pathize).
      • Improve String#camelcase to not handle module names (ise #modulize).
      • Improve Numeric#approx? bu using ratio.
    • 📇 Renamed Features

      • Rename Enumerable#has? to #incase?.
    • 🐛 Bug Fixes

      • Fix Hash#rekey to keep default_proc.
      • Fix Binding#self to not be defined for Rubinius.
    • 🗄 Deprecations

      • Deprecate Preinitializable mixin.
      • Deprecate main.rb, spun-off to main_like_module gem.
    • Implementation Details

      • Reconsolidated library into just two parts, core and standard.
      • The term "more" is just a synonym for "standard" now.
      • Relative requires are being used more extensively.
      • Collection scripts, e.g. require 'facets', are static.