The full endpoint isn't needed. This makes it possible to use interpol to validate arbitrary schemas that aren't necessarily full HTTP endpoints (e.g. for S3 uploads or whatever).
It's not necessary for all tools and is causing me dependency problems. Move it into the Gemfile for Interpol's specs.
Backport Interpol to Ruby 1.8
Hash syntax converted by hash_syntax gem, nice. Fixed some specs related to order: the data comes from a hash so fundamentally doesn't have order; the specs were dependening on whatever random order Ruby 1.9 happened to use. Syck doesn't through an error on YAML with missing anchors, instead there are YAML::Syck::* objects in the resulting yaml.
So says cane. I agree with Robert Persig, and think that quality can't be defined as such, but that everything else is defined in terms of quality.
Evidently that breaks the build.
Show arrays in documentation generator app
Walt says it looks good enough on the UI side
With the newly-released tailor 1.0, I was getting an error: uninitialized constant Tailor::FileLine square/cane@6a1b652