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Updates changelog and minor tweak to readme
Changed the way Rabl handled default JSON engine in Rails environment…
… to comply with documentation. Added ability to specify JSON engines not supported by MultiJson, these engines can be specified by Class name only.
[#321] updated README to match actual implementation
add dependency status and move to top, update bson to latest
Correct a spelling mistake (event -> even).
credit where credit is due
passing in object to child and glue examples
better leading sentence for previous example of attributes
update README for using locals.
Updates changelog and prepare for 0.7.0 release
[#283] clarify syntax for attributes in README
[#285] add reference to reusing templates and include example
added README note regarding RSpec render_views
updated README for a better defaulted config.cache_sources
Adds include_child_root to readme and update changes
Add to readme about config view_paths
Adds changes to change log for unreleased 0.6.11
escape_all_output depends on ActiveSupport instead of Rails
updated README for escape_all_output
must've lost the word 'Rails' in the move to the wiki
Remove note about rails 3.2 because we know it works now
Re-order sections in readme
Cleanup readme sentence for caching
Fix readme link
Cleanup README segments into wiki pages
Added a missing Ruby syntax highlight
Adds a link referencing grape integration to readme
Adds rendering methods to readme
allow cache to be called without a key, updated README
Functionally the routine works exactly the same, the key is just now optional.
Given the first example under caching, calling `cache @user` makes sense.
For the second example though, @user isn't within context so calling
cache by itself is cleaner.
updated README regarding changes to cache keys within extends/partials
Update README.md to reflect @databyte contributions
Adding a not about Padrino and Gemfile in the README
Update issues removing old item
Tweak json output in readme
Fix syntax highlighting