Add a note about supported Rails versions.
Attempt to remove Rails bin on Travis.
We also run specs on Ruby < 2.0 / Rails 3.2.
Bump version to 2.3.0.
Install Rails version depending on Ruby version.
Don't break when Rdoc can't be loaded.
Add 2.1 to the Travis script.
Run test suite on Rails 4.0.
Whitespace in install script.
Use #instance_exec if possible in Authorization::BlockAccess#_block_i…
_die_if_undefined handles undefined access_allowed_for variables
Make gem install work on Travis.
Load Rdoc properly on a variety of Ruby versions.
Stop using Jeweler. Bump to 2.2.0.
Only run the Rails 3.2 testsuite on Ruby 2.0.
Include Ruby 2.0 in the Travis settings.
Make authorization-san run properly on Ruby 2.0.
Credit Hrvoje Šimić for his help.
Update year in Copyright line in the LICENSE.
Rake doesn't expand the pattern for tests properly in 1.9.3.
We don't care which version of 1.9.3 Travis uses for testing.
Don't bundle exec because we don't have a Gemfile here.
Prepare the project to run on Travis.
Use a more readable gem requirement. Make the 2.3 tests run on 1.9.
Run tests on Rails 3.2.
Regenerate gemspec for version 2.1.1
Version bump to 2.1.1
Fix an exception when the action is empty.
When the action is emtpy and we're trying to match a rule from a ruleset
the method .to_sym was called on nil. This broke the code without a
Regenerate gemspec for version 2.1.0
Update the gemspec.
Explicitly load Rubygems before trying to require Jeweler.
Version bump to 2.1.0
Make Authorization-San run without deprecation warnings on Rails 3.1.
Version bump to 2.0.1