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Lo-dash CDN script tags and fallback in one neat package. Current version is for Lo-dash v2.4.1
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Rack::Lodash

NO LONGER IN DEVELOPMENT, obvs.

Lo-dash CDN script tags and fallback in one neat package. Current version is for Lo-dash v#{Rack::Lodash::LODASH_VERSION}

Build status

Master branch: Build Status

Why?

Because then I don't have to worry about versioning or fallback.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'rack-lodash'

And then, from a command-line, execute:

bundle install

Or even better:

bundle install --binstubs --path vendor

Or install it yourself as:

gem install rack-lodash -r

Usage

In your rackup file or Sinatra class (or wherever you like to set up Rack middleware…)

use Rack::Lodash

Then wherever you need the script loaded (like in a layout file):

Rack::Lodash.cdn( env )

That's it. There are more options, check the docs.

Version numbers

This library uses semver to version the library. That means the library version is not an indicator of quality but a way to manage changes. The version of Lo-Dash can be found in the lib/rack/lodash/version.rb file, or via the {Rack::Lodash::LODASH_VERSION} constant.

On top of that, version numbers will also change when new releases of Lo-Dash are supported.

  • If Lo-Dash makes a major version jump, then this library will make a minor jump. That is because the API for the library has not really changed, but it is possibly a change that will break things.
  • If Lo-Dash makes a minor version jump, then so will this library, for the same reason as above.
  • I doubt point releases will be followed, but if so, it will also precipitate a minor jump in this library's version number. That's because even though Lo-Dash feel it's a point release, I'm not them, my responsibility is to users of this library and I'll take the cautious approach of making it a minor version number change.

As an example, if the current library version was 1.0.0 and Lo-Dash was at 2.0.0 and I made a change that I felt was major and breaking (to the Ruby library), I'd bump Rack::Lodash's version to 2.0.0. That the version numbers match between Rack::Lodash and the Lo-Dash script is of no significance, it's just coincidental.
If then Lo-Dash went to v2.1.0 and I decided to support that, I'd make the changes and bump Rack::Lodash's version to 2.1.0. That the version numbers match between Rack::Lodash and the Lo-Dash script is of no significance, it's just coincidental.
If then I made a minor change to the library's API that could be breaking I'd bump it to 2.2.0.
If I then added some more instructions I'd bump Rack::Lodash's version to 2.2.1.
If then Lo-Dash released version 3.0.0, I'd add it to the library, and bump Rack::Lodash's version to 2.3.0.

Only one version of Lo-Dash will be supported at a time. This is because the fallback script is shipped with the gem and I'd like to keep it as light as possible. It's also a headache to have more than one.

So basically, if you want to use a specific version of Lo-Dash, look for the library version that supports it via the {Rack::Lodash::LODASH_VERSION} constant. Don't rely on the version numbers of this library to tell you anything other than compatibility between versions of this library.

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request