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Adds rels for user profile links to followers, following, and updates. #750

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wilkie commented Mar 10, 2013

According to ALPS, the following rels are used on tags:

  • messages-me: Applied to an A tag. A reference to a list representation
    of all the messages posted by the designated user.
  • users-friends: Applied to an A tag. A reference to list representation
    of the designated user's friend users.
  • users-followers: Applied to an A tag. A reference to list representation
    of the users who follow the designated user.

They indeed point to lists of li.user's so I've added them.

@wilkie wilkie Adds rels for user profile links to followers, following, and updates.
According to ALPS, the following rels are used on <a> tags:

messages-me: Applied to an A tag. A reference to a list representation
of all the messages posted by the designated user.

users-friends: Applied to an A tag. A reference to list representation
of the designated user's friend users.

users-followers: Applied to an A tag. A reference to list representation
of the users who follow the designated user.
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krainboltgreene commented Mar 10, 2013

Build error is this: #751

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wilkie commented Mar 10, 2013

O.o

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wilkie commented Mar 10, 2013

I'll upgrade the gems.

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wilkie commented Mar 10, 2013

It's pretty easy. Don't worry. :)

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steveklabnik commented Mar 10, 2013

Other than that, looks good. 👍

@carols10cents carols10cents merged commit 1e4cf45 into hotsh:master May 28, 2013

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carols10cents commented May 28, 2013

👍 looks good, don't know why I didn't add these in when I was doing alps stuff.

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