#51 (all)
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over 3 years ago

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In case the documentation changed, it is shown here.

#51 v0.3.1 3 seconds over 3 years ago
2 builds omitted (no changes to documentation).
#33 v0.3.0 4 seconds over 3 years ago
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Ragabash::Refinements#frozen_copy has improved (was A) S
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Ragabash::Refinements#safe_copy has improved (was A) N
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Ragabash::Refinements#deep_dup has improved (was A) Ne
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Ragabash::Refinements#try_dup has improved (was A) Ne
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Ragabash::Refinements.monkey_patch! N
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10 builds omitted (no changes to documentation).
#3 Merge branch 'develop' and bump version number to v0.2.0 [ddffe075] 2 seconds about 4 years ago
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Ragabash::AwesomeStringFormatter#cast_with_string has improved (was U) Ne
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Ragabash::AwesomeStringFormatter#awesome_string has improved (was U) Ne
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Ragabash::AwesomeStringFormatter has improved (was U) Ne
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Ragabash::VERSION has improved (was U) Se
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Ragabash::Refinements has improved (was U) Ne
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Ragabash::AwesomeStringFormatter.included has improved (was U) Ne
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Ragabash::Refinements#deep_freeze! N
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Ragabash::Refinements#frozen_copy Ne
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Ragabash::Refinements#safe_copy Ne
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Ragabash::Refinements#deep_dup Ne
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#2 README: Add/re-order badges. [95b3b3fe] 3 seconds about 4 years ago
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Ragabash::AwesomeStringFormatter#colorize_string_with_escapes! E
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#1 More fiddling with gem versions. [1fd8d01a] 3 seconds about 4 years ago
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