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Add '?' suffix to generated method names of bools
Objects with values that are either true or false have an '?' appended to their name to fit with standard Ruby convention. For example, Repository objects now have a .fork? and .private? method. This convention is not reflected in the value of the @keys instance variable, because we assume callers will use it to iterate through the instance variables, whose names do not have a '?' suffix... Note: This commit theoretically breaks backward compatibility, as the unadorned method names no longer work. This closes #2. Signed-off-by: Felipe Coury <email@example.com>
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