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RESTMethod as it currently exists doesn't really have much to do with REST, it simply handles an HTTP-aware url endpoint. Conforming strictly to HTTP is only one of the tenants of REST, and RESTMethod doesn't go beyond that. I propose renaming it to HTTPResource (or potentially HTTPMethod but that introduces confusion with existing vocabulary - GET, PUT, etc are officially called HTTP methods) to better reflect what it does.
I'll re-name and deprecate the old name.
Actually, after realizing that RESTMethod doesn't continue dispatching, I've taken to calling it HTTPEndpoint in my code. Since it can't have sub-resources, HTTPResource would also be a misnomer.
RESTMethod deprecation, now named HTTPMethod; fixes #80. Includes dep…
Correctly renamed all instances of RESTMethod to HTTPMethod to confor…
…m with #80.