…efined directly on the decorator, do not redefine them as proxy methods.
Fixes #187. This is cleaner than the last two implementations. I'm not convinced that it's perfect, but it seems pretty good.
…paths. Describe the reasoning behind each hook/callback. -- Issue #32
…ther files should be `load`-ed or `require`-ed -- Issue #32
Related to #183
The goal here is to improve ActiveModel support so that Draper can work seamlessly with Rails' FormHelpers, proxying the model's #errors method. I also added support for ActiveModel::Errors, adding a proxy to the model's #errors method only if it's a descendant of ActiveModel::Validations. Also some refactoring was done. Draper now proxies #to_param and #id methods only if the model is an ActiveModel descendant. Other things I did include: - created Draper::ActiveModelSupport::Proxies, which contains the methods for proxying default methods(to_param, id, etc) depending on the ancestors - wrote specs for class with ActiveModel as ancestor - wrote specs for class without ActiveModel as ancestor