[ANN] Classy Inheritance 0.6.0

About:

http://stonean.com/wiki/classy-inheritance

Classy Inheritance simplifies the definition and implementation of one
object depending on another object. For example, a User object
depending on
a Person object. If you do the following:

class User < ActiveRecord::Base

depends_on :person, :attrs => [:first_name, :last_name, :email]

end

You will get @user.first_name, @user.last_name and @user.email
functionality. So, direct usage of these attributes can be used on your
form and the Person associated is created/maintained for you. e.g.:

<% text_field :user, :first_name %>

Classy Inheritance also supports polymorphic associations, more info on
the
wiki.

In this release:

Thanks to Brian Johnson’s contributions, there is a new option: postfix
and
added functionality for prefix. Instead of just allowing :prefix =>
true,
you can now pass in a string to set the prefix. This applies to the
postfix
option as well. Brian also contributed a patch to the class_name
option.
There is a wiki, forum and issue tracking for Classy Inheritance at
http://stonean.com

thanks,
andy

Andrew S.

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