this way it can be used with rubygems.org API
[Security vulnerabilities have been discovered](https://support.cloud.engineyard.com/entries/22915701-january-14-2013-security-vulnerabilities-httparty-extlib-crack-nori-update-these-gems-immediately) in <= 0.3.1 versions of crack. This change ensures that those versions aren't used.
…checking if RSpec::Expectations::ExpectationNotMetError is defined. This is required for compatibility with RSpec 2.10.0.
…d hash query values. I.e. `?one[two][three]=four&one[two][three]=five`
2.8 includes the ability to pass arguments to `include_context`, which we need to clean up some of the shared example conditionals.
… against version 0.3.0 run on travis too.
…h Curb =< 0.7.15
… adapter spec to match changes in behaviour.
Curb 0.7.16 causes 16 tests to fail. Curb 0.7.15 doesn't. This should be fixed at some point, but for now to get the build green so I can work on other things, I'm locking to 0.7.15. See issue #136 for more info.
…t 1.0 with EM-Synchrony on Ruby > 1.9.2 on Travis CI
…es Ruby >= 1.8.7
…until em-http-request 1.0 gets stable.
This conditional is of no use. The gem specification generated is not dynamic and will always contain these gems. In order to support JRuby properly we'll need to create a separate gemspec.
Webmock doesn't work with addressable-2.2.5 and a new version, 2.2.6, has been released to help with this. Change Webmock's dependency to that version or higher.