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 Project Readme

Twingly::HTTP

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Robust HTTP client, tailored by Twingly.

Getting Started

Install the gem:

gem install twingly-http

Example "one-liner" usage:

ruby -rlogger -rtwingly/http -e '\
    logger = Logger.new($stdout); logger.level = :INFO; \
    puts Twingly::HTTP::Client.new(logger: logger, \
    base_user_agent: "").get("http://example.org").status'

Example irb usage:

irb -rlogger -rtwingly/http
logger = Logger.new($stdout); logger.level = :INFO
client = Twingly::HTTP::Client.new(logger: logger, base_user_agent: "")
client.get("http://example.org").status

Tests

The tests require Toxiproxy

docker-compose up

Run tests with

bundle exec rake

Release workflow

  • Bump the version in lib/twingly/version.rb in a commit, no need to push (the release task does that).

  • Ensure you are signed in to RubyGems.org as twingly with gem signin.

  • Build and publish the gem. This will create the proper tag in git, push the commit and tag and upload to RubyGems.

      bundle exec rake release
    
  • Update the changelog with GitHub Changelog Generator (gem install github_changelog_generator if you don't have it, set CHANGELOG_GITHUB_TOKEN to a personal access token to avoid rate limiting by GitHub). This command will update CHANGELOG.md. You need to commit and push manually.

      github_changelog_generator