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Episode #248 - February 21, 2012

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See, what we have here is an Enumerization of the Virtus wherein Pelusa, the Deploy Doorkeeper, gets Kronk. It's on Ruby5... and pudding pops.

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Virtus – intelligent attributes for Ruby objects Jump to Story

Piotr Solnica and Dan Kubb are in the process of extracting a bit of DataMappers properties implementation into a stand alone library called Virtus. With it, you can set coerced attributes (properties) on plain old Ruby objects or other ORM-backed Ruby classes. It supports simple, local objects and even collections of other coercible data types.

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