- Grape >= 0.10.0
Build and Install
To use, just install the gem from RubyGems or via Bundler by requiring it in your Gemfile.
In your Grape API, install the middleware which will translate Grape endpoints to what Oink expects.
Set up the Oink middleware. The below example is in
config.ru of a generic Rack project.
require 'oink' oink_path = File.expand_path('../log/oink.log', __FILE__) use Oink::Middleware, :logger => Hodel3000CompliantLogger.new(oink_path)
Oink expects Rails-style endpoints where there is a
controller and an
action. Grape is more flexible
than Oink in what these can be, so a few translation rules were added to make Oink happy.
The controller name might be namespaced. In this case, only the last class will be used in snakecase. This may change later.
My::Name::Space::UserObjects --> 'user_objects'
Certain tokens in the
action are replaced.
An example of a translation would be:
/:id --> sl_col_id
- Include endpoint method in the action name. Oink doesn't seem to support method out of the box.