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  • v0.6.7 Changes

    • Fix format to default to json in the event that it is a 'hash' (Thanks @databyte)
    • Support using cache keys within extended templates (Thanks @databyte)
  • v0.6.6 Changes

    • Even more improvements to Rails template resolution (Thanks @databyte)
    • Added fixture integration tests for rendering rabl inline from html (Thanks @databyte)
    • Added useful note to README about Padrino (Thanks @simonc)
  • v0.6.5 Changes

    • Fixed issue with multi_json version use ~> 1.0 (Thanks @sferik)
  • v0.6.4 Changes

    • Further improvements to template path resolution for Rails (Thanks @radar)
    • Change multi_json to be > 1.1.0 to support 1.2.0 with Oj support (Thanks @jherdman)
  • v0.6.3 Changes

    • Adds Rails 3.2 Integration Test
    • Much improved Rails template path resolution
  • v0.6.2 Changes

    • Adds template caching support for Rails (Thanks @databyte)
  • v0.6.1 Changes

    • Upgrade dependency to multi_json 1.1.0 (Thanks @geronimo)
  • v0.6.0 Changes

    • Change engine to only instantiate one builder when rendering a collection
    • Alias to_msgpack to to_mpac
    • Cache template sources for faster partial lookups (thanks @cj)
    • Adds BSON format support (thanks @Antiarchitect)
    • Use template lookup mechanism to find templates in Rails 3 (thanks @blakewatters)
    • Adds a 'object_root' option to collection (thanks @blakewatters)
    • Adds a 'root_name' option to collection
    • Adds PList format support (thanks @alzeih)
    • Fixes infinite recursion in edge case calculating object root name
    • Fixes issue with nameless node that has an array result
    • Adds support for object_root => false (Thanks @Lytol)
  • v0.5.4 Changes

    • Ensure ActionView is defined before registering Rails template handler (thanks cj)
  • v0.5.1 Changes

    • Use respond_to? instead of checking Enumerable for is_object
    • Performance optimization (thanks Eric Allen)