gem install higo
Detailed usage examples can be found in the
/examples directory. Supports reading from ruby objects and text files
Documentation can be found here.
Gem Story - TL;DR
Higo creates configuration objects dynamically. It also plays nice with methods you define. It can be subclassed or included as a module. Define settings in the block, pass values from a relative, dynamic file or URL path. All the same.
require 'higo' class Configurable < Higo::Configurable configure do |conf| conf.greatness = 'pending' conf.host = Hostname.new end end
configure block returns an instance of
Higo::Configurable. The values themselves held instance variables.
No need to define accessors ahead of time.
Higo creates getter
Gem Story -v
Higo enables the developer to create
flexible configuration objects. It returns a
Higo::Configurable object with
getter, setter and predicate methods based on the values passed to the block.
Flexible meant two things (to me, at least). First, knowledge of the configuration values should not depend on static methods definition. Second, I prefer configuration that accepts multiple formats (like text, YAML)that could come from from remote sources.
Note-if you already defined
method_missing in your class
Higo will honor that and that is likely not what you
want. Higo might not be right for you at this stage.
To Do List
Generate arbitrary configuration values
- Improve support for subclasses that define
Add support for JSON files Read from an external source
- Improve documentation
If you are developing against this gem (yay!), run
bundle exec rake -T for list of rake tasks.
- Fork it ( https://github.com/rhodee/higo/fork )
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request