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Adds Grape style patterns to Mustermman
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>= 1.0.0
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Grape Syntax for Mustermann

This gem implements the grape pattern type for Mustermann.

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Overview

Supported options: capture, except, greedy, space_matches_plus, uri_decode, converters and ignore_unknown_options

require 'mustermann/grape'

Mustermann.new('/:id', type: :grape).params('/foo') # => { id: 'foo' }

Syntax

Syntax Element Description
:name or {name} Captures anything but a forward slash in a semi-greedy fashion. Capture is named name. Capture behavior can be modified with capture and greedy option.
*name or {+name} Captures anything in a non-greedy fashion. Capture is named name.
* or {+splat} Captures anything in a non-greedy fashion. Capture is named splat. It is always an array of captures, as you can use it more than once in a pattern.
(expression) Enclosed expression is optional.
expression|expression|... Will match anything matching the nested expressions. May contain any other syntax element, including captures.
x? Makes x optional. For instance, (foo)? matches foo or an empty string.
/ Matches forward slash. Does not match URI encoded version of forward slash.
\x Matches x or URI encoded version of x. For instance \* matches *.
any other character Matches exactly that character or a URI encoded version of it.