Note: This is in some early stage, so use on your own risk. Commits welcome.
BigBand is a collection of Sinatra extensions and offers better sinatra integration for common tools like Rake, YARD and Monk.
Using all BigBand features:
require "big_band" class Example < BigBand # Yay, BigBand! end
Or for the lazy folks (read: you would don't subclass Sinatra::Base on your own):
require "sinatra" require "big_band" # Yay, BigBand!
Using just your favorite BigBand features:
require "big_band" class Example < Sinatra::Base register BigBand::SomeFeature # Yay, BigBand::SomeFeature! end
Or, if you like a more handy syntax:
require "big_band" class Example < BigBand :SomeFeature, MyStuff::Extension, :development => :DevelopmentOnlyFeature # Yay, BigBand::SomeFeature! # Yay, MyStuff::Extension! # Yay, BigBand::DevelopmentOnlyFeature, if this is development mode! end
Loading all but one feature:
require "big_band" class Example < BigBand :except => :SomeFeature # Yay, all but BigBand::SomeFeature! end
Or just your favorite feature without you subclassing Sinatra::Base manually:
require "sinatra" require "big_band/some_feature" Sinatra::Application.register BigBand::SomeFeature # Yay, BigBand::SomeFeature!
AdvancedRoutes makes routes first class objects in Sinatra:
require "sinatra" require "big_band" admin_route = get "/admin" do administrate_stuff end before do # Let's deactivate the route if we have no password file. if File.exists? "admin_password" admin_route.activate else admin_route.deactivate end end first_route = get "/:name" do # stuff end other_route = get "/foo_:name" do # other stuff end # Unfortunatly first_route will catch all the requests other_route would # have gotten, since it has been defined first. But wait, we can fix this! other_route.promote
Basic Sinatra extension (mainly extending Sinatra's standard methods, like set or register). Also it features a more advanced path guessing than Sinatra::Base. Normally you do not have to register this module manually, as the other extensions will do so if necessary.
Integrates the Compass stylesheet framework with Sinatra.
Usage without doing something:
require "big_band" class Foo < BigBand; end
If you create a directory called views/stylesheets and place your sass files in there, there you go. Just call stylesheet(name) form your view to get the correct stylesheet tag. The URL for your stylesheets will be /stylesheets/:name.css.
Of course you can use any other setup. Say, you want to store your stylesheets in views/css and want the URL to be /css/:name.css:
class Foo < BigBand get_compass("css") end
But what about more complex setups?
class Foo < BigBand set :compass, :sass_dir => "/foo/bar/blah" get_compass("/foo/:name.css") do compass :one_stylesheet end end
Note that already generated routes will be deactivated by calling get_compass again.
Adds more servers to Sinatra::Base#run! (currently unicorn and rainbows).
Advanced reloader for sinatra. Reloads only files that have changed and automatically detects orphaned routes that have to be removed. Files defining routes will be added to the reload list per default. Avoid reloading with dont_reload. Add other files to the reload list with also_reload.
require "big_band" class Foo < Sinatra::Base configure(:development) do register BigBand::Reloader also_reload "app/models/*.rb" dont_reload "lib/**/*.rb" end end
(MIT/BSD-stlye license, compatible with Ruby license and GPL)
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