Make sure exceptions are loaded properly.
ActiveResource::Base.build and :delete should send headers with requests. Closes #26.
Include the headers which have been set on the ActiveResource class when making a delete request for the /:id resource.
Tests the Person.delete method to make sure any custom headers added to the class are passed in the request.
Remove the mocked HTTP requests from abstract_unit.rb.
Include the headers which have been set on the ActiveResource class when making a build request for the /new resource.
Tests the Person.build function to make sure any custom headers added to the object are passed in the request.
We will use rubydoc.info for docs See more here #24
cleaning up some spacing for better rdoc generation
rake rdoc generates documentation
Known attributes should be uniq.
has_one association builds singelton url if attribute not present
updating the documentation to use json by default
has_many association requests child url if not present in first request
Updated README.rdoc Support => Resource
This is not about Active Support
Support Singleton Routes
Implement ActiveResource::Singleton as a mixin, instead of using ActiveResource::Singleton::Base as a subclass.
Supported callbacks: *_save, *_validate, *_create, *_update, *_destroy