Forum: Ruby HTMLEntities 3.0.1

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2abf5beb51d5d66211d525a72c5cb39d?d=identicon&s=25 Paul Battley (Guest)
on 2006-04-09 01:46
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Version 3.0.1 of HTMLEntities is now available.

HTMLEntities is a simple library to facilitate encoding and decoding
of named (ý and so on) or numerical ({ or Ī)
entities in HTML and XML documents.

Changes since version 2.2:

* Changed licence to MIT due to confusion with previous 'Fair' licence
(my intention was to be liberal, not obscure).
* Moved basic functionality out of String class; for previous
behaviour, require 'htmlentities/string'.
* Changed version numbering scheme.
* Now available as a Gem ('htmlentities').

The most important change for current users is the second: your
existing code will break with this release (hence the new major
version number). Moving the methods out of the String class has,
however, been done in response to user feedback, and I hope that it
will be a popular change in general.

For more details and to obtain the latest release, visit the project
page on RubyForge:

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