Gibbler 0.5

Gibbler 0.5 ALPHA

Git-like hashes and history for Ruby objects.

Installation:
$ gem install gibbler

Examples:
require ‘gibbler’

"kimmy".gibbler              # => c8027100
:kimmy.gibbler               # => 52be7494

config = {}
config.gibbler               # => 4fdcadc6
config.gibbled?              # => false

config[:server] = {
  :users => [:dave, :ali],
  :ports => [22, 80, 443]
}
config.gibbled?              # => true
config.gibbler               # => ef23d605

config[:server][:users] << :yanni

config.gibbler               # => 4c558a56

config.gibbler.short         # => 4c558a56

Gibbler can also keep track of the history of changes to an object. By
default Gibbler supports history for Hash, Array, and String objects.
The gibbler_commit method creates a clone of the current object and
stores it in an instance variable using the current hash digest as the
key.

require 'gibbler'
require 'gibbler/history'

a = { :magic => :original }
a.gibbler_commit             # => d7049916

a[:magic] = :updated
a.gibbler_commit             # => b668098e

a[:magic] = :changed
a.gibbler_commit             # => 0b11c377

a.gibbler_history            # => d7049916, b668098e, 0b11c377

a.gibbler_revert! 'd7049916' # Return to a specific commit
a.gibbler                    # => d7049916
a                            # => { :magic => :original }

a.delete :magic

a.gibbler_revert!            # Return to the previous commit
a.gibbler                    # => 0b11c377
a                            # => { :magic => :changed }


a.gibbler_object 'b668098e'  # => { :magic => :updated }
a.gibbler_stamp              # => 2009-07-01 18:56:52 -0400

Codes: http://github.com/delano/gibbler/
RDocs: http://delano.github.com/gibbler/

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