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Authority.configure do |config|
# USER_METHOD
# ===========
# Authority needs the name of a method, available in any controller, which
# will return the currently logged-in user. (If this varies by controller,
# just create a common alias.)
#
# Default is:
#
# config.user_method = :current_user
# CONTROLLER_ACTION_MAP
# =====================
# For a given controller method, what verb must a user be able to do?
# For example, a user can access 'show' if they 'can_read' the resource.
#
# These can be modified on a per-controller basis; see README. This option
# applies to all controllers.
#
# Defaults are as follows:
#
# config.controller_action_map = {
# :index => 'read',
# :show => 'read',
# :new => 'create',
# :create => 'create',
# :edit => 'update',
# :update => 'update',
# :destroy => 'delete'
# }
# ABILITIES
# =========
# Teach Authority how to understand the verbs and adjectives in your system. Perhaps you
# need {:microwave => 'microwavable'}. I'm not saying you do, of course. Stop looking at
# me like that.
#
# Defaults are as follows:
#
# config.abilities = {
# :create => 'creatable',
# :read => 'readable',
# :update => 'updatable',
# :delete => 'deletable'
# }
# LOGGER
# ======
# If a user tries to perform an unauthorized action, where should we log that fact?
# Provide a logger object which responds to `.warn(message)`, unless your
# security_violation_handler calls a different method.
#
# Default is:
#
# config.logger = Logger.new(STDERR)
#
# Some possible settings:
# config.logger = Rails.logger # Log with all your app's other messages
# config.logger = Logger.new('log/authority.log') # Use this file
# config.logger = Logger.new('/dev/null') # Don't log at all (on a Unix system)
end
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