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* Make context and assign work the same
* Ruby 1.9.1 bugfixes
* Fix LiquidView for Rails 2.2. Fix local assigns for all versions of Rails
* Fixed gem install rake task
* Improve Error encapsulation in liquid by maintaining a own set of exceptions instead of relying on ruby build ins
* Added If with or / and expressions
* Implemented .to_liquid for all objects which can be passed to liquid like Strings Arrays Hashes Numerics and Booleans. To export new objects to liquid just implement .to_liquid on them and return objects which themselves have .to_liquid methods.
* Added more tags to standard library
* Added include tag ( like partials in rails )
* [...] Gazillion of detail improvements
* Added strainers as filter hosts for better security [Tobias Luetke]
* Fixed that rails integration would call filter with the wrong "self" [Michael Geary]
* Fixed bad error reporting when a filter called a method which doesn't exist. Liquid told you that it couldn't find the filter which was obviously misleading [Tobias Luetke]
* Removed count helper from standard lib. use size [Tobias Luetke]
* Fixed bug with string filter parameters failing to tolerate commas in strings. [Paul Hammond]
* Improved filter parameters. Filter parameters are now context sensitive; Types are resolved according to the rules of the context. Multiple parameters are now separated by the Liquid::ArgumentSeparator: , by default [Paul Hammond]
{{ 'Typo' | link_to: '', 'Typo - a modern weblog engine' }}
* Added Liquid::Drop. A base class which you can use for exporting proxy objects to liquid which can acquire more data when used in liquid. [Tobias Luetke]
class ProductDrop < Liquid::Drop
def top_sales
Shop.current.products.find(:all, :order => 'sales', :limit => 10 )
t = Liquid::Template.parse( ' {% for product in product.top_sales %} {{ }} {% endfor %} ' )
t.render('product' => )
* Added filter parameters support. Example: {{ date | format_date: "%Y" }} [Paul Hammond]