Monkeypatch without aliasing methods. Ever.
Suppose you have some 3rd party code:
class VendorLib def foo 10 end end
And you want to add 1 to what
It'd be great if you could just "super and add 1":
module Hack def foo super + 1 end end VendorLib.include(Hack)
But this won't work, because
Well, now you can.
require 'freedom_patch' module Hack def foo super + 1 end end VendorLib.freedom_patch(Hack)
gem install freedom_patch
Don't want to pollute
Module with the
require 'freedom_patch/clean' instead of
require 'freedom_patch', and
patch your way to independence thusly:
$ ruby benchmark.rb ruby 1.9.3p194 (2012-04-20 revision 35410) [x86_64-darwin11.3.0] user system total real with freedom_patch 2.720000 0.020000 2.740000 ( 2.741546) aliasing 1.010000 0.030000 1.040000 ( 1.043165)
But hey, it was fun. :)
- Bug reports: http://github.com/oggy/freedom_patch/issues
- Source: http://github.com/oggy/freedom_patch
- Patches: Fork on Github, send pull request.
- Ensure patch includes tests.
- Leave the version alone, or bump it in a separate commit.
Copyright (c) George Ogata. See LICENSE for details.