Hashery 2.1.0 (Golden Retriever)

Hashery 2.1.0 (Golden Retriever) has been released.

The major change of this release is to switch to Hash#fetch as the
fundamental CRUD read method in place of the #read core extension (an
alias of #[]). This is a pretty fundamental change which required
modification of a number of classes. So, please, don’t hesitate to file
an
issue if you experience any problems.

In addition, the Hash#read core extension has been renamed to
Hash#retrieve to avoid any possible confusion with IO objects. This
release
also fixes a couple of issues with 1.8 compatibility and makes a few
other
small enhancements.

Changes:

  • Rename Hash#read to Hash#retrieve.
  • Deprecate Dictionary.alpha in favor of Dictionary.alphabetic.
  • Add support for block argument in Dictionary#order_by_key and
    #order_by_value.
  • Fix OpenHash issues with Ruby 1.8.x compatibility.
  • OpenHash methods are opened up via protected instead of private.
  • Change OpenCascade to auto-create the subclass when inherited.

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