davydovanton/shallow_attributes Shallow attributes

Simple and lightweight Virtus analog.

#11 (all)
Ruby (change)
3 seconds
about 4 years ago

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#11 Update ruby versions for travis [dbb1be76] 3 seconds about 4 years ago
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#4 Fix documentation for InstanceMethods#initialize [skip ci] [e9cf43ac] 3 seconds over 4 years ago
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#3 Update Integer and Float type documentation [skip ci] [cb1f6d42] 3 seconds over 4 years ago
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ShallowAttributes::InstanceMethods#coerce has gotten worse (was A) S
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#2 Add new badges [d0dbb5ae] 3 seconds over 4 years ago
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ShallowAttributes::InstanceMethods#attributes= has improved (was B) Ne
#1 Fix time type test [9f2bda7c] 4 seconds over 4 years ago
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ShallowAttributes::InstanceMethods#reset_attribute Ne
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ShallowAttributes::InstanceMethods#initialize Ne
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ShallowAttributes::ClassMethods#attributes Ne
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ShallowAttributes::InstanceMethods#inspect Ne
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ShallowAttributes::InstanceMethods#== Ne
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ShallowAttributes::Type Ne
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ShallowAttributes::InstanceMethods E
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ShallowAttributes::Type::DateTime E
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ShallowAttributes::Type::Integer E
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ShallowAttributes::Type::Boolean E
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