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un-freeze TempleEngine precompiled string literals #983

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commented Mar 1, 2018

Fixes #982.
This PR maintains public-API compatibility in Haml::TempleEngine#precompiled_with_return_value and precompiled_with_ambles, returning mutable strings as expected by tilt's Haml template implementation (which calls #force_encoding on the result).

unfreeze TempleEngine precompiled string literals
Maintain backwards-compatibility in public API.

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commented Mar 10, 2018

Ideally mutating #precompiled source code would not make to me. But freezing the returned value of public interface is definitely the breaking change, and I agree that it was unwanted side effect of #967. Thanks to catch this.

@k0kubun k0kubun merged commit 9856684 into haml:master Mar 10, 2018

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commented Mar 10, 2018

Probably we should have a test that ensures their returned values can be mutated.

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