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Simple to/from hash creation for your favorite classes
Ruby
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README.rdoc

Hashify

Utterly simple hash creation for the your favorite objects

Usage

class Person
  include Hashify

  attr_accessor :name, :address, :date_of_birth
  hash_accessor :name, :address
end

>> p = Person.new
>> p.name = 'my name'
>> p.address = 'my address'
>> p.to_hash
=> {:name=>"my name", :address=>"my address"}

What about that pesky dob?

class Person
  hash_convert :date_of_birth => Hashify::Convert::Time
end

>> p.date_of_birth = Time.local(2000, "jan", 1, 0, 0, 0)
>> p.to_hash
=> {:date_of_birth=>946702800, :name=>"my name", :address=>"my address"}

How we have these beautiful hashes, lets get a person back out of it.

>> Person.from_hash(:date_of_birth=>946702800, :name=>"my name", :address=>"my address")
=> #<Person:0x10187b660 @date_of_birth=Sat Jan 01 00:00:00 -0500 2000, @address="my address", @name="my name">

For bonus points, lets do json too

class Person
  include Hashify::Json
end

>> p.to_json
=> "{\"address\":\"my address\",\"date_of_birth\":946702800,\"name\":\"my name\"}"

And of course,

>> Person.from_json("{\"address\":\"my address\",\"date_of_birth\":946702800,\"name\":\"my name\"}")
=> #<Person:0x101809150 @date_of_birth=Sat Jan 01 00:00:00 -0500 2000, @address="my address", @name="my name">
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