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Episode #172 - May 3, 2011

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Want an Informal way to Thread Ruby? Maybe you're Tired or need an asset_hash? Well, Code with Me, Mendicant Supporters! KidsRuby and RubyRescue must_be on this episode of Ruby5.

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Runtime assertions with must_be Jump to Story

William Taysom has been developing a library called "must_be," which creates simple runtime assertions. These could be used to verify that a method input is of the expected type (or that it's the RIGHT duck) and its behavior is configurable, either throwing exceptions, ignoring failures, or logging them out for you to see, later.

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