Utility Belt version 1.0.5 - hash math and Windows documentation

Lots of bug fixes in the past few days. This dot release is worth
highlighting because it adds something I think is pretty cool.

You can now do addition and subtraction on hashes in Utility Belt:

{:a => :b} + {:c => :d} == {:a => :b, :c => :d}

{:a => :b, :c => :d} - {:c => :d} == {:a => :b}

{:a => :b, :c => :d} - :c == {:a => :b}

Also added .irbrc info for Windows users.

Small changes, but nifty ones. Upcoming at some point in future will
be the ability to cherry-pick utilities from the belt. Also possibly
more flexibility for the Pastie method and more power for the
interactive editor methods.


Giles B.

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On Dec 15, 2007 8:51 PM, Giles B. [email protected] wrote:

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Love the hash arithmetic. Nice job.

Pat

On Dec 16, 2007 5:51 AM, Giles B. [email protected] wrote:

Lots of bug fixes in the past few days. This dot release is worth

Any URLs Gilles?
Robert

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Lots of bug fixes in the past few days. This dot release is worth

Any URLs Gilles?

URLs are for gem install utility_belt to read!

But if you want some:

http://utilitybelt.rubyforge.org/
http://rubyforge.org/projects/utilitybelt/
http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/utilitybelt-tinkering
http://gilesbowkett.blogspot.com/2007/12/utility-belt-released-version-105.html

Actually, I figured something out this morning. I got a bug report
involving Rails. Pretty weird, loading my gem made a Rails app
twitchy. (Even though the app didn’t use the gem.) Rails appears to be
loading .irbrc for some reason. What I figured out this morning was a
short-term fix for it. So there might be another dot release later
today.

(It’s not really a fix, though, it’s more of a dodge.)


Giles B.

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