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RDL is a gem that adds types and contracts to Ruby. RDL includes extensive support for specifying method types, which can either be enforced as contracts or statically checked.
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A gem that provides DSL for serialization of plain old Ruby objects to JSON in a declarative style by defining a `schema`. It also provides a trivial type checking in the runtime before serialization.
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Makes sure users don't accidentally create an account for the wrong e-mail address. Because 'gmial' isn't actually what they meant to type. Similarly, 'yaho.com', or the strange-but-true '.c0m'. Not even making that one up. If you're concerned about false-positives, it's super-easy to check. There's only a single method. Also, it's fully-tested.
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A type coercion lib works with Sorbet's static type checker and type definitions; raises an error if the coercion fails.
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MooseX is an extension of Ruby object DSL. The main goal of MooseX is to make Ruby Object Oriented programming easier, more consistent, and less tedious. With MooseX you can think more about what you want to do and less about the mechanics of OOP. It is a port of Moose/Moo from Perl to Ruby world, providing method delegation, type check, traits, monads, plugins, lazy attributes, aspects and much more.
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A puppet-lint plugin to check that manifest files do not contain resources outside of a class or defined type definition.
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A puppet-lint plugin to check that Optional class/defined type parameters don't default to anything other than `undef`.
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Normally Rails/Rack only checks the '_method' parameter in POST requests, but JSONP requests are always GETs. This railtie enables the '_method' check for all request types, including GET.
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Rake task to check validity of column types and values.
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The Preconditions library provides a simple set of methods for checking arguments being passed into a method. Instead of writing custom checks and raising exceptions directly in your code you can use Preconditions to verify basic properties of your arguments (not-nil, satisfying a boolean expression, being of a certain type/duck-type) and raise the appropriate exception for you.
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All methods that alter the contents of an array that implements this Gem are first checked to ensure that the added items are of the types allowed. All methods behave exactly as their Array counterparts, including additional forms, block processing, etc. Defining a TypedArray Class: ```ruby class ThingsArray < Array extend TypedArray restrict_types Thing1, Thing2 end things = ThingsArray.new ``` Generating a single TypedArray ```ruby things = TypedArray(Thing1,Thing2).new These classes can be extended, and their accepted-types appended to after their initial definition.
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